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Tag: non-qualified mortgage syndication

Changes to the Mortgage Syndication Rules

As of July 1, 2018, the Financial Services Commission of Ontario (FSCO) will begin enforcing the changes to the O. Regulation 188/08 Mortgage Brokerages Standards of Practice under the Mortgage Brokerages, Lenders and Administrators Act, 2006 (MBLAA) that affect non-qualified syndicated mortgages.To recap a qualified syndicated mortgage is a syndicated mortgage (a mortgage where there is more than one lender) that meets ALL of the following requirements:A licensed mortgage brokerage was involved in negotiating or arranging it.The mortgaged property secured was:Primarily used for residential purposes;Did not contain more than four (4) dwelling units (remember sometimes lenders will classify multiplexes as commercial or entirely residential depending on the number of dwelling units disregarding actual zoning and use);Did not contain more than one non-residential (commercial) unit, if within a mixed use building with other residential units (again up to four (4) in total).

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