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Mortgage Poll

Which way do you think interest rates will trend in the next 6 months?

Up more than 1% - 8.5%
Up slightly - 27.3%
No change - 42.4%
Down slightly - 14%
Down more than 1% - 2.3%
Don't Know - 3.5%

Total votes: 1727
The voting for this poll has ended on: April 29, 2016
Integrated Mortgage Planners - GTA - Toronto

Week of October 16, 2017

This five-year fixed-rate mortgage at 2.79% offers high-ratio borrowers a great rate with excellent terms and conditions.  

Closed Five-year Fixed Rate

  • Mortgage Type: Offered on high-ratio mortgages (for buyers who are putting down less than 20% of the purchase price).

    Note: This product is also offered to buyers who are putting down 20% or more of the purchase price at rates that range between 2.84% and 2.94% (depending on the size of their down payment). 

  • Use of Funds: Purchases only.

  • Maximum Purchase Price: $999,999.

  • Prepayment Flexibility: Borrowers can make additional lump sum payments of up to 20% of their original balance throughout each year of their mortgage term and can also increase their regularly scheduled payments by up to 20%.

  • Maximum Amortization Period: 25 years. 

  • Penalty Terms: This mortgage comes with a prepayment penalty that is calculated by taking the greater of three months' interest or interest-rate differential (IRD), and IRD is calculated using your contract rate. (FYI - the lender uses the Standard Method that I refer to in this post.) 

  • Portability: This mortgage is portable but buy and sell dates must be on the same day.   

Here is an illustration of what a $300,000 mortgage would look like using a 25-year amortization period:

  Monthly Payment Opening Balance Interest Paid Over Term Balance at The End Of Five years

Five-year Fixed-rate Mortgage at 2.79%

$1,388 $300,000 $38,637 $255,381

If you would like to see what your mortgage payments would look like if you took advantage of this offer, try my mortgage calculator.

If you want to learn more about the powerful impact making extra payments can have on the long-term cost of your mortgage, check out my post called The Magic of 5%

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