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Weekly Mortgage Rates for October 18 – 24th, 2009

The rise in the Canadian dollar has most people predicting that the Bank of Canada will raise rates sometime in 2010. Due to the rise in the bond market, fixed rates have moved moderately higher but variable rates remain quite attractive. Here are the rates for this week.

This edition of Weekly Rate Minder has the latest, best rates for Canadian mortgages. At Dominion Lending Centres, we work on your behalf to find the mortgage that suits your needs. Best of all — our service is “free”.* It’s the selected lender that pays us and YOU get the best rate. *(O.A.C., E.&O.E.)

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Terms

Bank Rates

Our Rates

6 Month

4.60%

3.85%

1 YEAR

3.75%

2.55%

2 YEARS

4.20%

3.09%

3 YEARS

4.75%

3.49%

4 YEARS

5.29%

4.09%

5 YEARS

5.84%

3.99%

7 YEARS

6.60%

5.30%

10 YEARS

6.70%

5.40%

Rates are subject to change without notice. *OAC E&OE
Prime Rate is 2.25%
Variable rate mortgages from as low as – .05%

Please note that rates shown above are subject to change without notice. The rates shown are posted rates and the actual rate you receive may be different, depending upon your personal financial situation. Check with your Dominion Lending Centres Mortgage Professional for full details and to determine what rate will be available for you.

*O.A.C., E.& O.E.

Keller Williams Real Estate Associates.
BUS 905-812-8123
FAX 905-812-8155 DIRECT 905-785-7282
E-MAIL : mailto:gail@gailsellshouses.com?subject=Mississauga
Website : www.gailsellshouses.com

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