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Payment Calculator Ontario | Current Rates Mortgage

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Payment Calculator Ontario (Compound Semi-annually)

Mortgage calculator
Mortgage RatesCurrent Rates MortgageREMARKS
5 Year Variable High-Ratio (>80% LTV)6.10% (HSBC)Prime -1.1%
5 Year Variable Conventional (<80% LTV)6.40% (HSBC)Prime - 0.8%
5 Year Fixed High-Ratio5.39% (Trust); 5.84% (Scotia)Insured Purchase
5 Year Fixed Insurable5.69% (Trust) 65% LTV, Purchase Price <$1M
4 Year Fixed High-Ratio5.69% (Trust); 5.84% (Scotia)Insured, No Lender Fee
3 Year Fixed High-Ratio5.88% (Trust); 6.05% (Scotia)Insured, No Lender Fee
2 Year Fixed Insured6.44% (Scotia)Insured Purchase/Transfer
2 Year Fixed Conventioal6.64% (HSBC); TD (6.92%)25-Year Amortization
1 Year Fixed Insured6.84% (Scotia)Insured Purchase/Transfer
HELOC Secured Line 7.20% (HSBC)7.70% (TD, Scotia)
Canada's Prime Rate7.20%Nov 29, 2023

Notes:

  1. Mortgage rates are subject to change by the lenders without notice. E. & O. E.
  2. To lock in the mortgage rates for 120 days, you need to submit a pre-approval application.
  3. Bear in mind to add high-ratio mortgage insurance premium for less than 20% down payment.
  4. Mortgage Payment Calculator Ontario is suitable for Ontario rule and for information only.
  5. Best Mortgage rates are offered on approved credit and for owner-occupied homes.
  6. Rental premium will be added on investment properties.
  7. Alternate lenders charge mortgage rates based on applicants’ credit scores.
Alternate "B" LendersTrustsCredit unions
Usually 1-3 year fixed rate mortgageWe deal with major trustsand major credit unions only.
Some lenders have no Stress Test.You can borrow more.Some have Stated Income Program
for business for self-employed.Show us your past 12-monthbusiness bank statements.

The term “rate hold” may be something you are familiar with if you have worked with me in the past. If not, it is a term that all prospective buyers should know!

 

A rate hold is offered by the majority of lenders to clients who are purchasing a new home and need a mortgage. The purpose of the rate hold is to secure the interest rate on your mortgage application for a certain time period. Often, these holds range from 90-120 days. Bear in mind, these are typically not provided for anyone refinancing their mortgage or looking to transfer it from one lender to another. Only those looking to purchase a home or establish a brand-new mortgage.

Once you have created an application with me, I can submit it to an available lender who is offering a rate hold on an interest rate you want to take advantage of – all without a property attached.

For an example of how a rate hold works, consider this. On day one you submit your application to a lender for a fixed interest rate of 3.89% for five-years. On day 60, that interest rate moves to 4.49%. As long as your mortgage closes in the next 60 days, you are protected and can keep your lower rate of 3.89%. Plus, if rates happen to trend downward, you can also take advantage of the lower interest rate.

This rate hold does not commit you to working with that particular lending institution, nor does it commit you to working with me. It also does not hurt your chances of receiving an approval down the road! All it does is protect the agreed upon interest rate for you while you shop the market, so you don’t have to worry about it increasing while you are hunting for your perfect home!

Once the 120 days expires, if you have not found that perfect home fit or want to take advantage of different interest rates, there is nothing stopping you from submitting another rate hold! It will just be subject to the current rates on the day of submission.

If you are looking to purchase a new or secondary home this summer, please don’t hesitate to reach out to myself at (416) 618-9312 to get started on the pre-approval process and put your rate hold in place! Maurice Kwok, MBA, CMA, MA, your Mortgage Broker, proudly serving the Greater Toronto Area for 27 years!

Author: Mortgage Architects, our head office. Thanks so much!

https://www.mortgagearchitects.ca/news/The-Benefit-of-Rate-Holds

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