Current Rates

Current variable mortgage rate is

6.00%

Current prime rate is

6.95%

    • Terms
    • Bank Rates
    • Payment Per $100k
    • Our Rates
    • Payment Per $100k
    • Savings
    • 6 Months
    • 6.59%
    • $675.29
    • 7.49%
    • $730.93
    • $-55.64
    • 1 Year
    • 7.84%
    • $753.03
    • 6.74%
    • $684.44
    • $68.59
    • 2 Years
    • 7.34%
    • $721.53
    • 6.37%
    • $661.96
    • $59.57
    • 3 Years
    • 6.99%
    • $699.80
    • 5.59%
    • $615.64
    • $84.16
    • 4 Years
    • 6.79%
    • $687.50
    • 5.52%
    • $611.56
    • $75.94
    • 5 Years
    • 6.84%
    • $690.57
    • 4.89%
    • $575.36
    • $115.21
    • 7 Years
    • 7.10%
    • $706.60
    • 6.09%
    • $645.17
    • $61.43
    • 10 Years
    • 7.25%
    • $715.92
    • 6.14%
    • $648.15
    • $67.77
Some conditions may apply. Rates may vary from Province to Province. Rates subject to change without notice. Posted rates may be high ratio and/or quick close which can differ from conventional rates. *O.A.C. E.& O.E.

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