Closed-term fixed-rate mortgage

Same rate guaranteed for 5 years.

Term
5 years
Amortization
Up to 25 years
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Great if

You’re looking for a home under $1 million to use as your primary residence.

Things to keep in mind.

Closed-term fixed-rate mortgages have additional restrictions that you should consider:

Key features.

Peace of mind and predictable budgeting.

With a fixed-rate mortgage, you get the same interest rate for the entire term of your mortgage, so you can count on making the same payment every month.

Options to prepay

Get some repayment flexibility, with options to prepay up to 20% of your original balance once per mortgage year and increase payments by up to 20% once per mortgage year.

More to love about this mortgage.

Choice of payment frequency

Make payments weekly, bi-weekly, monthly, semi-monthly, accelerated weekly or accelerated bi-weekly. Paying more frequently will save you interest and shorten the time it takes to pay off your mortgage.

Bring this mortgage with you if you move

When you buy a new home, you can transfer this mortgage to your new property and keep the same terms and conditions, including the interest rate.

Ability to assign the mortgage to another party

Transfer your mortgage with the original rates and terms to someone else. If you’re selling your home, this can give you a market advantage if current rates are higher than when you first took on your mortgage.

Current rates.

Rates (APR) as of 2024-05-21
5-year closed-term fixed-rate residential mortgage 5.04%§
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Buy your first home with less.

With CMHC mortgage loan insurance, you could put as little as 5% down on the first $500,000 and 10% on the rest for a home that costs under $1 million. You’ll also get a reasonable interest rate, even with your smaller down payment.

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Eligibility.

1

You are at least 19 years old.

2

You live in British Columbia and have a BC address.

3

The home you’re looking to purchase or build is in British Columbia.

4

You pass the stress test.

The stress test is a formula set by the Federal Government to ensure you’ll be able to afford your mortgage. To pass the stress test, you'll need to qualify at the greater of the contractual mortgage rate plus 2%, or the OSFI Minimum Qualifying Rate (5.25%, as of December 15, 2022).

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