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Mortgage Poll

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

Up more than 1% - 9.9%
Up slightly - 30.6%
No change - 38.2%
Down slightly - 13.5%
Down more than 1% - 2%
Don't Know - 3.5%

Total votes: 2154
The voting for this poll has ended on: April 30, 2019
Integrated Mortgage Planners - GTA - Toronto

Week of June 1, 2020

This five-year variable-rate mortgage is offered at prime minus 0.35% (which works out to 2.10% today). It is available to purchasers who are putting down less than 20% of the purchase price (who are also called high-ratio borrowers) or who are putting down more than 35% of the purchase price. This product also comes with excellent terms and conditions.   

Closed Five-year Variable Rate

  • Rate Hold - Deal must close within 120 days.
  • Use of Funds: Purchases only.

  • 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. 

  • Minimum Loan Amount: Offered on mortgages of $300,000 or more. 
  • Penalty Terms: This mortgage comes with a prepayment penalty of three months' interest.  

  • Portability: This mortgage is portable, provided that both transactions occur within 60 days of each other.

  • Additional Conditions: Available on mortgage amounts of $300,000 or more.    

Here is an illustration of what a $300,000 mortgage would look like using a 25-year amortization period (*assuming that the variable rate does not change over the term):

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

Five-year Variable-rate Mortgage at 2.10%

$1,285 $300,000 $28,932 $251,839

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