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Home Capital gives Canada’s mortgage-backed market a boost

Home Capital Group Inc. plans to issue residential mortgage-backed securities regularly, a sign that Bank of Canada efforts to jump start the market are catching on.

The Toronto-based mortgage lender is considering two RMBS deals a year, Chief Financial Officer Brad Kotush said after its unit Home Trust raised $425 million (US$320 million) in the first deal pooling non-prime Canadian home loans in 12 years, according to DBRS data.

The terms were “competitive” compared with the rates the trust is paying its depositors, Kotush said in an interview Monday. “We’d like to come to the market probably twice a year.”

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The Bank of Canada is trying to encourage more RMBS as part of its efforts to curb taxpayer exposure to the housing market and the volume of uninsured home loans is surging.

5 major changes the Trump administration wants to make to housing finance

The Trump administration wants to overhaul the country’s housing-finance system.

The Treasury Department and Department of Housing and Urban Development have proposed broad changes that could affect all players in the system, from mortgage borrowers to lenders to securities investors.

Here are some of the most notable recommendations:

Treasury and FHFA should work to recapitalize Fannie and Freddie

Ostensibly, the goal of any housing-finance reform would be to address one of the largest remaining legacies of the Great Recession: The conservatorship of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac.

One of the key recommendations the Treasury department made in its plan was to work with the FHFA, the regulatory body that oversees Fannie and Freddie, to consider allowing each enterprise to retain earnings beyond the $3 billion in capital reserves they are now permitted.

The profit sweeps were initiated in 2012 to repay the federal government for the roughly $190 billion Fannie and Freddie received in bailout funds. All told, the two firms have now paid more than $300 billion back to the government, according to The Wall Street Journal.

Does Capital One have a loan that I can use to pay off another credit card, besides a home loan?

I do not own a home. My Capital One interest rate is about half of my other credit card.

They offer personal unsecured loans, but make sure your credit is good before applying.


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