5 Year Fixed 2.69%

5 Year Variable 2.30%

Current Mortgage News

Ontario will refund first-time home buyers up to $4,000 from the land-transfer tax, a small step to ease the pain of the continued increase in price related to the housing market.

Steve, Barb and Lisa take all of your real estate and mortgage questions. If your mortgage renewal is up next year, would it be a little early to look now to renew? With the holidays around the corner, what are some DOs and DON'Ts when you are selling your home? These questions... answered on another episode of Open House.

On this week's episode, Steve, Barb, Frank and Lisa continue to discuss the impact of Ottawa's new mortgage qualifying policies which have come into effect.

With new mortgage policies recently announced by Ottawa, now is the time to plan out how you can begin to save money for a down payment! Here are some tips.

They are Canada’s two hottest housing markets, and even some in the real industry don’t question the need to cool prices in both Toronto and Vancouver, but that opinion changes once you get beyond the orbit of those two cities.

The rent on an average 717 square foot condo unit, within the City of Toronto, reached $2044.00 in the third quarter.

Debt levels rising in places like Alberta and Saskatchewan but delinquencies still low.

Steve, Frank, Barb and Mike take all of your real estate and mortgage questions. Have you heard of the new mortgage rules? Listen now to find out whether these new policies will affect you!

Frank Napolitano joins Lianne Laing to discuss Ottawa's new mortgage rules announcement that has potential buyers and sellers worried.

Steve, Paul Rushforth, Mike Hapke and his awesome son Reid take all of your real estate and mortgage questions!!

A new survey conducted by Manulife Bank suggests that nearly 40% of Canadians have struggled to cover their household expenses at least once in the past year.

With today's record low rates, home owners are being tempted into buying a home. How important is it to budget while you're in your 20's?