At our website, you can search and compare the lowest interest rates being offered by the most competitive brokers, lenders and banks in Canada. Our Canadian comparison charts list current rates and are updated regularly throughout the day.
While searching for mortgage, the first and foremost decision one needs to make is to select between fixed and variable rate mortgages. When you choose for fixed rate mortgage, then payment you make each month will stay constant for the term of your mortgage. With a variable rate mortgage, the mortgage rate will change with prime lending rate as set by your lender When you choose for fixed rate mortgage, you are "locked in" to a given rate and protected from rate fluctuations. These mortgages are preferable when borrowers are risk averse and/or they have purchased property at the high end of their affordability range. Variable mortgage rates change as per market conditions at anytime; however they have been proven less expensive over time. These are based on Bank of Canada prime rate less a discount. Your income, lifestyle and risk tolerance are important factors to be considered for determining which mortgage product suits you the best.
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