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Recent Canadian Real Estate News

 

Lender Heads Meet at Summit – Part I
Thu, 01 Jan 1970 00:00:00
Canada’s banking chiefs gathered recently in Toronto for the 17th Annual Scotiabank Financials Summit. There, they shared their take on topics ranging from mortgage growth to regulation to advancements in mortgage technology. Some of it will put you to sleep, but there are lines below that are a must-read. We’ve plucked out some of the most relevant mortgage tidbits and sorted them by category. Key quotes are in blue and our comments are in italics.  On advancements in technology: Brian Porter, President and Chief Executive Officer of Scotiabank “In terms of technology–look, we are dead serious about this, we have recruited some very READ MORE

Mortgage Career: Mogo Finance Technology
Thu, 01 Jan 1970 00:00:00
Company: Mogo Finance Technology Position: Mortgage Team Lead Location: Winnipeg, MB Apply to: careers@mogo.ca or jasminel@mogo.ca Mortgage Team Lead Experience Required: Min. 5 years   Mogo (TSX: GO) is not a bank—by design. It’s a financial technology company for the next generation of Canadians by offering convenience, transparency and a more engaging customer experience. With over 200K members and growing, we are using technology and design to not only transform the way consumers access financial solutions (it takes only about three minutes to create a MogoAccount online), but also empower them to take control of their financial health. Savvy members READ MORE

Higher Default Insurance Premiums on the Way?
Thu, 01 Jan 1970 00:00:00
Canada’s banking regulator wants mortgage default insurers to put more money between themselves and taxpayers, especially for mortgages they insure in riskier cities. The new rules, detailed today by OSFI, will force government-backed insurers to bolster their capital on mortgages in certain areas. Effective January 1, 2017, this could make mortgages more expensive for insurers and consumers alike. “When house prices are high relative to borrower incomes, the new framework will require that more capital be set aside,” said Superintendent Jeremy Rudin.  In a report today, BMO Capital Markets referred to these changes as “modestly tougher capital requirements.” It said that READ MORE

Mortgage Market & MBS Nuggets
Thu, 01 Jan 1970 00:00:00
Bank of America Merrill Lynch put out a fantastic primer on mortgage-backed securities (MBS) last week. Here’s a small sampling of its notable factoids: ******* Securitization versus the U.S. Risky mortgage securitization was blamed for feeding the U.S. housing crisis. In comparison, not only is Canadian MBS regulated far more rigidly than that toxic American MBS of old, but our overall securitization share of mortgage finance remains well below U.S. levels (although the gap is narrowing). MBS Outstanding There are $440 billion of outstanding NHA MBS in Canada, all fully guaranteed by our government. NHA MBS benefits from Canada being one of only 10 countries in READ MORE