MCAP-acquired ResMor division to continue originations

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ResMor Trust’s residential mortgage division will continue to originate new home loans under the rebranded name RMG Mortgages after MCAP formally takes the reins next month, MortgageBrokerNews.ca has learned.

ResMor marketing is now confirming that transfer will take place in early March, with the completion of MCAP`s agreement to acquire the residential mortgage operations and certain related assets of ResMor Trust Company.

That operation will remain a separate division, with the bulk of ResMor`s current residential mortgage team expected to stay with RMG.

For ResMor`s current crop of broker-partners, the structure means little will change, although all new mortgages originated through the operation will carry the RMG brand as a division of MCAP and its funding facility. RMG will continue to serve the existing portfolio.

Earlier this year, MCAPs described the ResMor mortgage book as “a perfect fit” with its long-term growth strategy, representing a nearly $6 billion addition to its servicing portfolio.

Brokers are now waiting for details on what if any aspect of ResMor`s product line will be tweaked under MCAP.

“I hope MCAP doesn’t change a thing with ResMor!” wrote a MortgageBrokerNews.ca reader in January.

But MCAP`s decision to hang onto the “vast majority” of ResMor’s residential mortgage team should give the lender a leg up in retaining the broker relations ResMor has built.

MCAP has agreed to retain the vast majority of ResMor’s residential mortgage operation employees, including its originations and servicing teams,” Jack Shapiro, VP Marketing & Communications at MCAP, told MortgageBrokerNews.ca.
 

  • John The Broker on 2012-02-25 11:58:16 AM

    Here is a nice little Shell Game by another lender!

    Since MCAP owns RMG they will only have one CMHC Allocation and ONE CMB (Canada Mortgage Bond) Allocations, Therefore their products, their rates and everything else is the same. All it is just a White Label Shell Game! Shame on MCAP for thinking we are stupid!

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