Home Trust news

  • Toronto based mortgage lending firm Home Capital fires CEO Martin Reid

    Home Capital Group Inc. has terminated its president and CEO Martin K. Reid, effective immediately

  • Home Trust responds to suit

    The channel lender stands by its decision to suspend the brokers involved in a falsified document controversy, despite a class action suit from those brokers.

  • Notes from the MPC expo

    Lenders from across the country converged in Vancouver this weekend for Mortgage Professionals Canada’s annual conference. We spoke to a number of them about planned product launches for the New Year

  • From banker to broker

    Joe Rosati was recently appointed the head of the industry’s newest broker network – and since that time, his company has already made some big moves

  • New stress test could put monolines at a disadvantage

    The Finance Minister announced three new housing measures meant to ensure stability in the housing market, but one of those – the amended stress test requirements – could impact monolines more so than big banks, according to one veteran broker

  • From Banker to Broker

    Joe Rosati was recently appointed the head of the industry’s newest broker network – and since that time, his company has already made some big moves

  • Trends in the alt-A segment

    What does the future of alternative lending look like? One expert has his say

  • Industry comes to the defence of one of its major lenders

    Brokers are calling into question a report about one of their main partners, following an article alleging it sold off mortgages to improve its balance sheet

  • Lender responds to allegations

    One of the channel’s leading lenders has responded to a claim that it sold non-performing loans to a third party in a bid to improve its balance sheet

  • Profile: Home Trust’s new executive

    Chris Whyte was recently appointed to the chief operating officer at the lending juggernaut, and he has some ideas about how channel lenders can better serve their broker partners