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Feeling pushed into a fixed rate?

Feeling pushed into a fixed rate?

Canadian banks are trying to convince consumers to lock in their mortgage rates because more than 20 per cent of the home loans they have negotiated have become unprofitable, according to industry sou...

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How long will rates stay low?

How long will rates stay low?

Low rates look safe for a while

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Hi Michael, Should I lock in if I have a variable rate mortgage?

Hi Michael, Should I lock in if I have a variable rate mortgage?

NO…. But please read why, it is your decision at the end of the day. Well with that question, I am assuming you are in a variable rate mortgage.

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Hey Michael, I’m shopping for a mortgage, am I not just looking for the lowest rate ?

Hey Michael, I’m shopping for a mortgage, am I not just looking for the lowest rate ?

A new court decision reminds us how critical it is when rearranging your debt to do so legally. It has been nearly six months since the Lipson decision, in which the Supreme Court of Canada effectivel...

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Some say the recession is ending, but will interest rates stay low?

Some say the recession is ending, but will interest rates stay low?

Recession may be over but growth will be limited next year Inflation and interest rates will remain low as economy recovers

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Is this banking crisis over?….. if so, will rates go up?

Is this banking crisis over?….. if so, will rates go up?

Great Question, some are saying the crisis is coming to an end, read below to find out what some economists are saying, jobs and housing still has a way to go, but when “may” rates go up?… The good ne...

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