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Recent Canadian Real Estate News


Posted Rates & Penalty Pain
Thu, 01 Jan 1970 00:00:00
Angela Calla, AMP, Dominion Lending Centres Special to CMT When choosing between mortgages, knowing how different lenders calculate penalties can be essential. The market and your needs can easily shift during the term of your mortgage and the last thing you want is a painful penalty in order to get out early. Penalty formulas differ radically, depending on the lender. A major bank, for example, will have a considerably higher penalty than a broker-only wholesale lender. Advice on how to avoid painful penalties is a key benefit of working with a mortgage broker. You need to ask one important question READ MORE

Merix Financial
Thu, 01 Jan 1970 00:00:00
Company: Merix Financial Position: Director, Business Development – Outside Sales Location: Vancouver, B.C. Director, Business Development – Outside Sales Challenging, Impactful, Rewarding WHO WE ARE: Merix Financial Inc. is an intermediary between mortgage wholesalers and mortgage originators, providing superior sales and service operations.  By way of its agency relationship with wholesalers, Merix is responsible for originating mortgage volumes via independent mortgage originators, such as mortgage brokers.  Merix Financial is a national company with its head office located in Toronto, ON, Canada.   MERIX CULTURE: Merix is committed to open and honest communication with our staff.  We believe by being transparent, truthful READ MORE

Equitable Bank
Thu, 01 Jan 1970 00:00:00
Company: Equitable Bank Position: Team Leader, Residential Prime Mortgage Underwriter Location: Toronto, ON Team Leader, Residential Prime Mortgage Underwriting Department: Single Family Residential Mortgage Department Reports to: Manager, Residential Prime Mortgage Underwriting Location: Toronto Resumes should be sent to Equitable Bank is a federally regulated Schedule I bank with total assets under management of approximately $14.4 billion, over 400 skilled employees and proven capabilities in lending and deposit-taking. The Company’s integrated operations are organized according to specialty including core lending, securitization and deposit services.   Why Equitable Bank? If you’re looking for a workplace where employees are passionate about READ MORE

The BoC, Home Prices & Mortgage Rules
Thu, 01 Jan 1970 00:00:00
No rate cut surprises to report today. Canada’s key lending rate “remains appropriate,” said the Bank of Canada this morning. That’ll keep prime rate at 2.85% for now. The BoC’s economic commentary today was both grim and hopeful. The economy “stalled” in the first quarter, it admitted—thanks in part to the “oil-price shock.” Looking further down the road, however, we got more of the same brand of optimism we’ve come to expect from the Bank—i.e., that the economy will get back to “full capacity” in a few years or less. In the meantime, the Bank says our cheapened loonie and READ MORE