Some of Our Featured Mortgage Rates
|Variable Rate Mortgage||As low as 2.20%|
|3 Year Closed Rate||As low as 2.20%|
|5 Year Closed Rate Mortgage||As low as 2.44%|
|Home Equity Line of Credit (HELOC Up To 80%)||As low as Prime +.25%|
|10 Year Closed Term|| |
As low as 3.84%
Rates and terms subject to change without notice, conditions may apply.
OPEC nears preliminary accord on oil production
A deal worth over $100 billion to combine the world's two biggest beer companies cleared its last major hurdle Wednesday when the shareholders of SABMiller approved the takeover by Budweiser maker Anheuser-Busch InBev.
The national telecom regulator has officially implemented new rules that industry watchers predict will lead to cheaper Internet rates.
The amount Canadians owe compared with how much they earn hit a new record in the second quarter, driven in part by the country's hot housing markets.
The Canadian job market rebounded in August, gaining back much of the ground lost in July.
The U.S. economy expanded at a slightly faster pace in the spring than previously reported, aided by new-found strength in business construction.
Volvo is recalling about 44,000 cars and SUVs in the U.S. because the air conditioning can leak water into the vehicles and cause air bags to malfunction.
OPEC nations have agreed in theory that they need to reduce their production to help boost global oil prices during a meeting in Algeria, but a major disagreement between regional rivals Saudi Arabia and Iran still may derail any cut. What happened to oil prices and why can't OPEC agree to anything more binding?
OPEC nations reached a preliminary agreement to curb oil production for the first time since the global financial crisis eight years ago, in an effort to reduce a global glut of crude that has depressed oil prices for more than two years.
OPEC's unexpected agreement to trim production shows the cartel still has the resolve -- and even desperation -- to try to guide energy markets higher. But don't expect triple-digit oil prices anytime soon.
New to Canada Mortgage Program
The New to Canada Mortgage allows qualified home buyers who have immigrated to Canada from another country, or have been transferred here by an employer, to qualify for mortgage insurance with as little as a 5% down payment.
Quick Details of the program - good credit or no credit history is allowed as this program allows limited Credit history.
- Must be in Canada for less than 5 years
- Must have at least 3 months Canadian employment, no probation
- Must have either a working visa or permanent status (9 SIN allowed, must prove legally allowed to be in Canada)If no credit and 5% DP - alternative sources of credit required (as per high ratio insurer guidelines)
- Working visa minimum 10% down from own sources
- Permanent Status 5% down from own sources
Call me to find out all the program details and if you qualify for this program!
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