Mortgage Deal of the Week

The terms and conditions of each deal is important to get right.

Week of February 26, 2024

This thirty-nine month fixed-rate mortgage is offered at 4.99%.

Please see the detail below and contact me if you are interested in getting my assistance with your mortgage financing.

 

Closed Thirty-Nine Month Fixed Rate at 4.99%

  • Eligibility: Available on purchase transactions where the property is valued at less than $1 million, and where the borrower(s) are making a down payment of less than 20% of the purchase price.
  • Rate Hold: This rate can be held for up to 120 days.
  • Use of Funds: Available for purchases on owner-occupied properties.
  • 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 Purchase Price: $999,999.
  • Maximum Amortization Period: 25 years.
  • Penalty Terms: This mortgage comes with a penalty that will be the greater of three months' interest or interest-rate differential (IRD), and the IRD penalty is calculated using posted rates. (This is the Posted Rate Method I refer to in my blog post explaining how fixed-rate mortgage penalties are calculated).
  • Portability: This mortgage is portable, provided that both transactions occur within 60 days of each other.

To ensure that you don't miss out on this offer, call or email me today.

Also check out my daily mortgage rates posted for on the Mortgage Rates page.

 

Here is an illustration of what a $300,000 mortgage will cost:

 

  Monthly Payment Opening Balance Interest Paid Over Term Balance at Renewal

Thirty-Nine Month Fixed-Rate Mortgage at 4.99%

$1,744 $300,000 $46,533 $278,541

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%