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[Royal Bank] RBC 4 year fixed closed rate mortgage

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[Royal Bank] RBC 4 year fixed closed rate mortgage

Mortgage wars are heating up

4 year fixed rbc mortgage is 3.24 , 3.27 apr

One advantage over the HSBC one is that it is portable, although no cash back offer
Last edited by modelle18 on Mar 16th, 2019 10:01 am, edited 1 time in total.
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3.27? That doesn't seem like a good deal at all? Quick search shows a lot of places closer to 3.00. Def not a hot deal.
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User131439 wrote:
Mar 16th, 2019 9:42 am
3.27? That doesn't seem like a good deal at all? Quick search shows a lot of places closer to 3.00. Def not a hot deal.
Links / details ?
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I would never go with a big bank. The difference between the RBC quote and the private lender i got my three year fixed mortgage from was $6000. In todays environment i think on renewal i would go variable with a private lender and pay the least.
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canin40 wrote:
Mar 16th, 2019 9:51 am
I would never go with a big bank. The difference between the RBC quote and the private lender i got my three year fixed mortgage from was $6000. In todays environment i think on renewal i would go variable with a private lender and pay the least.
When you're cashflow matching and you have a tenant, unless you have a significant portfolio of cash-flow producing assets, it makes sense to go with a fixed (or variant on fixed). It's more costly, but until you grow your portfolio, you may prefer a stable recurring obligation.

Everyone's different though.
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User131439 wrote:
Mar 16th, 2019 9:42 am
3.27? That doesn't seem like a good deal at all? Quick search shows a lot of places closer to 3.00. Def not a hot deal.
Devil's advocate, for a major bank, that is a good price. As recently as a month or two ago, the 4 year was hovering around 3.60% range. Brokers almost always provide better rates, but watch out for any fees/commissions/kickbacks, and once they are done with you, you are on your own ;)
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User131439 wrote:
Mar 16th, 2019 9:42 am
3.27? That doesn't seem like a good deal at all? Quick search shows a lot of places closer to 3.00. Def not a hot deal.
If you can share some links, trying hard to get good rates for renewal, the best I can score from big banks is 3.33 for 5 year fixed with $300-500 cashback (TD), 3.44 with CIBC and RBC. These are HELOC rates
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series1000 wrote:
Mar 16th, 2019 9:47 am
Links / details ?
contactng wrote:
Mar 16th, 2019 9:56 am
If you can share some links, trying hard to get good rates for renewal, the best I can score from big banks is 3.33 for 5 year fixed with $300-500 cashback (TD), 3.44 with CIBC and RBC. These are HELOC rates

The link is right in the original post...
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Why do people go with higher rates from bigger banks vs tier 2 banks and lenders?

They are giving you money to borrow for your mortgage so why does it have to be the big 5? As long as their reputation is good you should always go for the lowest rate regardless of who the lender is.
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modelle18 wrote:
Mar 16th, 2019 10:00 am

The link is right in the original post...
My post wasn't directed at you OP.
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When you're cashflow matching and you have a tenant, unless you have a significant portfolio of cash-flow producing assets, it makes sense to go with a fixed (or variant on fixed). It's more costly, but until you grow your portfolio, you may prefer a stable recurring obligation.

Everyone's different though.
i wasnt able to get a better quote from RBC without providing my client number, recent pay stubs and past T4s...
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If you have the option of going with a big 5 bank, at a similar rate to what the B lenders are offering, always go with that option. The antics B lenders pull during initial funding and renewal would make your skin crawl.

I see it day in and out as a real estate lawyer.
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hi-tech wrote:
Mar 16th, 2019 10:15 am
If you have the option of going with a big 5 bank, at a similar rate to what the B lenders are offering, always go with that option. The antics B lenders pull during initial funding and renewal would make your skin crawl.

I see it day in and out as a real estate lawyer.
I am with First National and it couldn't be easier to deal with them... Call the guy, come to my place, we talk and reach an agreement. Done.
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I have no affiliation with them, but use their mortgage calculator often... Ratehub.ca

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