Home Trust news

  • Lender acts on broker feedback

    Mortgage lenders are ensuring loyalty and building business by widening the conversation with broker networks

  • News from the trade floor

    Leading lenders and service providers attended Mortgage Professional Canada’s (CAAMP) national conference to discuss their respective focuses for the coming year. This is what they were saying

  • Lender reveals bank plans

    Home Capital has specified how much capital it has injected into CFF, and what it plans to do with the newly acquired Schedule I bank

  • Innovation spurs growth of mortgage channel

    A recent gathering of one network’s franchisees took a close look at what has driven growth in 2015, and what innovations are needed to keep the pace in the coming year

  • Lenders building brand through a consumer favourite: debt

    Credit card programs are proven to build customer loyalty – something one mortgage lender is hoping will do the same for it

  • Brokers react to bank acquisition

    Home Trust has finally won its bid to become a Schedule I bank, and brokers are anticipating good things from the major lender

  • Home Trust completes acquisition

    Home Trust completes long-awaited acquisition in $18.2 million deal

  • Mortgage fraud keeps making headlines

    The fight against mortgage fraud continues, albeit with less media coverage than the Home Trust revelation – and in this particular case, with the accused choosing to defend herself in court

  • Qualification difficulties limit access to ARMs

    The second quarter saw brokers veer from variable rate mortgages, even as most pundits abandoned predictions for a rate hike at the Bank of Canada and others actually anticipated a drop

  • CFF saga continues

    The second suitor to CFF is expressing new determination to press ahead with its bid to acquire control of the bank and to take it public – that despite the approval Home Trust appears to have already won.