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Just wondering if anyone has dealt with RBC recently in 2019 for a PLOC? I have a 793 on credit karma, own a piece of land worth approx $80k, which I'm paying via a land loan with TD (small payments/automatic withdrawals). I have no credit card debt or any other red flags, and made $47k last year. N...
I'm currently in the market for a new vehicle. Looking at the various CUVs (CX-5, CR-V, Rav4, Tucson etc). I've noticed that the days of 0% 7 year loans seem to be over?Is this the new normal, or is it simply a bad time for finance rates?
What are **currently** the best savings account interest rates being offered by financial institutions?
It will get very ugly out there. https://www.cbc.ca/news/business/cbc-survey-rising-interest-rates-household-debt-mortgage-1.4864965 Out of 1,000 Canadian homeowners surveyed online between Oct. 5 and 11, almost three-quarters of those with debt on their home — mainly mortgages — confessed they're w...
Hi,So I got an offer for a balance transfer for 0% up to 10 months and a 2% fee. My regular purchase interest rate will be applied and separate from the balance transfer correct? I am really thinking about taking up on this offer, anything that I should know before I accept it?
I'm looking into purchasing a muscle car and I've noticed that out of the 3 companies, Dodge has relatively high interest rates that don't seem to change. Granted, I'm gathering this information through their respective "build & price" pages but from what I've seen in person, Chevrolet ...
U.S. Fed raises interest rates today, will Canadian bank raise interest rates soon?
I know that as interest rates rise, bond prices fall, but how does that affect bond ETFs?I want to buy some new bond ETFs. Once the interest rates rise, I presume the bond ETF prices would fall and would therefore "work itself out". Is that the case?
When the US Fed or bank of Canada raises interest rates what are the benefits ? Is it supposed to lead to better bond yields if so I don't really see them as interest rates are rising. The drawbacks seem to be much more including: loss in equity ...
EQ Bank GICs 5-year • 3.26%4-year • 3.10%3-year • 3.00%27-months • 2.80%2-year • 2.70%15 months • 2.60%1-year • 2.45%$100 min/GIC, $100k max/GIC, $500k max
One in five Canadians has a credit card balance larger than their savings account, says a new survey. Credit Canada's Laurie Campbell is taking your questions on how to cope with rising rates.https://youtu.be/v3YG5JceoF4
Just received this: "We wanted you to be the first to know that effective Monday, September 18, 2017, we will be returning our interest rates back to normal levels. Our GIC rates will still continue to be among the highest available. Our new rates are below. Our existing rates will apply ...
... their crazy priced houses and moving here for a "cheap" one), new NDP gov't which might bring in speculation tax etc. And the last thing is the interest rates going up - which still seems likely for October. I remember thinking that interest rates don't really matter unless you have a rate hold ...
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