Our Mortgage Rates
Fixed mortgage rates, at 66% of total mortgages, are most common. However, 34% of mortgages, a significant minority, do have variable rates. Fixed rates are also slightly more popular with younger age groups, while older age groups are more likely to opt for variable rates. Keep in mind that in order to qualify for a variable rate you have to have less debt and more disposable income.
|Terms||Bank Rates||Our Rates|
|1 Year||3.59 %||2.79%|
|2 Years||3.74 %||1.99%|
|3 Years||3.89 %||2.54%|
|4 Years||3.94 %||2.69%|
|5 Years||5.34 %||2.49%|
|7 Years||5.80 %||2.99%|
|10 Years||6.10 %||3.04%|
Current variable mortgage rate is:
Current prime rate is:
Please note that rates shown above are subject to change without notice. The rates shown are posted rates and the actual rate you receive may be different, depending upon your personal financial situation.
Some conditions may apply. Rates may vary from Province to Province. Rates subject to change without notice. *O.A.C. E.& O.E.
DID YOU KNOW?
7 out of 10 people will break their mortgage before it comes up for renewal.
60% of mortgages will be paid out or restructured within 3 years.
Fixed Mortgage Rates
Set mortgage rate based on the lender’s offered interest rate resulting in a consistent payment for the duration of your mortgage term. Set mortgage rates are known as a fixed rates.
Regardless of whether rates rise or fall, your mortgage payment will remain the same and you can budget accordingly.
You can’t take advantage of lower rates that are the result of interest rates dropping unless you break your term contract. Breaking this contract will result in a high penalty which is based on the amount you would pay in the remainder of the contracted term or 3 months interest, whichever amount is higher.
Variable Mortgage Rates
Fluctuating mortgage rate that rises and falls with the Bank of Canada interest rate (prime rate). Usually, the variable rate is either prime rate + % or prime rate – % (ie prime rate – .75)
Examined historically, variable rates have proven to be less expensive over time. As well, the penalty to break a contracted term is usually based on 3 months of interest.
Some consider variable rates to be a more risky approach. You have to qualify for a variable rate. If the prime rate from the Bank of Canada rises, so does your mortgage payment.
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Finding the Best Mortgage Rates
When it comes to buying a home or property, in the majority of cases, you will need to apply for a mortgage to help cover the cost of the house. Mortgages act as large loans which you pay back over a fixed period of time. There are many different types of mortgages to consider, and it is always a good idea to start doing your research early so that you are prepared. You will undoubtedly want to find the best mortgage rates that you are eligible for, and in order to do this, it is a good idea to shop around and see what the options are.
There are a number of different banks, lenders, and mortgage brokers who are available to provide you with accurate quote information as well as the different options you may have for choosing the best mortgage interest rates. For many people looking into the details, mortgages can be overwhelming. This is why it is always a good idea to get in touch with a professional with knowledge on the subject. They will be able to provide more details on the different options that are available as well as help to explain the benefits and drawbacks of each different type of mortgage.
Finding the best mortgage rates can be a tiresome process, but is well worth the extra time. Mortgages can last for many years, getting the best mortgage interest rates available and reasonable payments will be able to help you feel more secure for the length of your mortgage. The main types of mortgages available are fixed rate mortgages, variable rate mortgages, and floating rate mortgages. Each different type has both positive and negative aspects, and will be better for some that others.
When it comes to finding the best rate mortgages for your situation, it is important to know how much money you are going to have to get your mortgage for. This will help you to better determine how much you will be able to afford and how long it will take you to pay it back. How quickly or slowly you are able to pay the mortgage back will have an effect on what type of mortgage will give you the best rate. It is always important to look at your financials before looking into different mortgage types.
If you are flexible with your spending, then you may be able to handle a floating or variable rate mortgage. If you want more security with how much you will be paying on a monthly basis, then a fixed rate mortgage may be the best choice for you. This will give you the exact monthly payment, and it will remain the same throughout the period of the loan. Looking at all of the different choices will give you a chance to find the best mortgage rates that fit you. Utilizing a Canadian mortgage broker is another good way to find out about all your options and get the best mortgage interest rates that you can find.
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