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Trends of Canadian Mortgage Rates in 2017- Expert Views

Monday Apr 03rd, 2017

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Bond yields are not going to fluctuate, so there is no rise expected in fixed rates. However, as money lenders and banks will now adjust pricing to live up to new regulations announced on 1st of Jan, 2017, many borrowers will end up paying extra for their next mortgage. During the last month, yields were retracted partially. Mortgage rates also accompanied bonds higher, but partially. Therefore, unless there is a drop in bond yields, there is no scope for the mortgage rate to increase even a... [read more]

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