...pick the one thats right for you.
|HELOC||7.2% (Prime rate)|
First National Financial
Street Capital Bank
|5 year variable||6% (Prime - 1.2%)|
|3 year variable||6.1% (Prime - 1.1%)|
|Line of Credit||Starting at 3.00%|
|Equity Loans||Starting at 5.99%|
|Private Mortgages||Starting at 4.99%|
Even if you find yourself in a situation that may seem unfavorable for lending, such as bad credit, we provide solutions for everyone. These situations also include self-employed buyers, new immigrants, financial issues, and more.
If you’re faced with what seems like an obstacle, contact us to get a free consultation. We can help you consolidate your debts, turn your home equity into cash when it is needed, and provide refinancing options. If you have any questions, we will be more than happy to answer any of your questions. Contact us today to get the best residential mortgage!
If you value stability over anything else, then a fixed rate mortgage is the way to go. With this mortgage, an interest rate is set according to the prime rate at the time of origination and won’t change, no matter what the markets do. This allows you to confidently plan your financial future without any surprises.
On the other hand, if you want to take advantage of the lower starting rates, the historic outperformance of variable interest rates, and you are willing to take on some extra risk, a variable rate mortgage is a perfectly good option.
An open mortgage allows you to finish paying your mortgage ahead of your full term. The benefit of doing so is that you will end up paying much less in interest by finishing off your principle early. Depending on your lender and product, there might be certain limits to by how much you can increase your monthly payments or how big a prepayment you can make.
A closed mortgage effectively locks you in for the full agreed upon term when you purchased the mortgage. Some lenders will still allow you to make prepayments or increase your payments; however, there will almost certainly be a prepayment fee or penalty. On the plus side, closed mortgages usually have lower interest rates.
Recently, the down payment requirements for residential mortgages were changed in order to limit the risk of giving out mortgages to lenders and borrowers. Under new requirements, mortgages for all homes below $500,000 require a minimum 5% down while homes between $500,000 and $1 million require a 5% on the initial $500,000 and then 10% on the amount over that.
That means for a $750,00 loan, you will pay 5% on the first $500,000 = $25,000
+ 10% on the remaining $250,000 = $25,000.
The minimum down payment you will have to make is then $50,000.
The higher down payment you can make (which ranges from 5% to 25%), the lower your interest rate will be. It also equates to a higher equity in your home from the start. This equity can be used as leverage for a line of credit or second mortgage.
You need to carefully consider whether you want to an open or closed mortgage when looking at mortgages with different terms. You can find short-term mortgages from 6 months to 5 years and long-term mortgages from 5 to 25 years.
If you opt for a longer, closed mortgage, you will have the lowest regular payments (even with higher interest rates), but you will be locked into your mortgage until your term is up. Shorter mortgages will have higher payments, but you will pay less interest in total.
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