Some of Our Featured Mortgage Rates
|Variable Rate Mortgage||As low as 2.30%|
|3 Year Closed Rate||As low as 2.20%|
|5 Year Closed Rate Mortgage||As low as 2.59%|
|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.
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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May News and Rate Advisor
Welcome to the May issue of the News & Rate Advisor.
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