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Manulife One Sales. Wow.

Manulife One Apparently all their new (“what’s your number”) advertisements are paying off.  Manulife sold over $1 billion in Manulife One mortgages last quarter, a new quarterly record.

This translated into a 33% gain in overall loan volumes at Manulife.  Impressive stuff!

Manulife does have competition in the “all-in-one” HELOC space.  The thing is, their competitors barely advertise.  They include:

  • National Bank (All in One)
  • Canadian Tire (One and Only)
  • Envision (Redfrog)
  • Investors Group (All in One)

All in one mortgages are a type of readvanceable mortgage where the positive balances in your bank accounts can offset the interest you owe on your mortgage–theoretically saving you money.  In practice, however, (depending on the case) there may be better ways to achieve the same goal. Talk to a mortgage planner that knows these products for details.

Here’s a comparison of all readvanceable mortgages.

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Robert McLister is one of Canada’s best-known mortgage experts. A mortgage columnist for The Globe and Mail, interest rate analyst and editor of MortgageLogic.news, Rob has been covering Canada's mortgage market since 2007.