As some second-guess the “variable-rate advantage,” we’ll hear more people asking things like, “Is it too late to lock in?”
Variable-rate holders who are expected to see their first rate hike in three years.
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While today's 50-bps rate hike was no surprise, the hawkish Bank of Canada statements that accompanied it were.
The Globe and Mail‘s Editorial Board tread into controversial territory recently by saying Canada’s “bonkers” housing market is making the...
Following a jump in bond yields last week, lenders across the country once again bumped up their fixed mortgage rates.
As fixed mortgage rates continued to rise last week, variable-rate holders are expected to see their own increase next week.
Variable-rate mortgages in Canada are now averaging about 4.20%, a full percentage point higher than they were a week ago.