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Tangerine Posted Rates 1.74% 5-year fixed

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Hamilton

[Tangerine] Tangerine Posted Rates 1.74% 5-year fixed

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Got a new "Insight" at Tangerine for a mortgage.

Their new posted rates look pretty competitive compared to the Big 5.

5 Year Variable Mortgage1.70%
1 Year Fixed Mortgage 2.79%
2 Year Fixed Mortgage 1.84%
3 Year Fixed Mortgage 1.69%
4 Year Fixed Mortgage 1.89%
5 Year Fixed Mortgage 1.74%
7 Year Fixed Mortgage 2.09%
10 Year Fixed Mortgage 2.14%

As well as their HELOC. Currently at 2.35% (Prime -0.10%)

For comparison, I called CIBC yesterday for the 1.49% 4-year fixed and was not eligible because it's a promo for new purchases only. The best they offered me was 1.79% fixed for a refinance.

Still not as good as the HSBC deal though.
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Mar 25, 2006
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Toronto
wow, 7 years and 10 years rates are interesting, showing low rates outlook for the next 10 years.

HSBC 1.59% 5 years fixed uninsured is much better (but only if you don't need to break your mortgage as their IRD calculation is not fair)
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May 9, 2012
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Montreal
Would a 10 year term be better at 2.14 or 5 yr fixed at 1.74 and take the risk of seeing what new date is given after the 5 year? .. were talking 0.34 points difference but $ too :).
Jr. Member
Mar 6, 2018
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Ontario
Those rates are pretty high... my BMO contact is currently offering 1.60 for 5 years fixed, 1.45 for 4 years fixed and 1.45 for 5 year variable, owner occupied with 25 year amortization, uninsured mortgages. Rates are even lower for insured mortgages I believe.
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Dealgains wrote: Those rates are pretty high... my BMO contact is currently offering 1.60 for 5 years fixed, 1.45 for 4 years fixed and 1.45 for 5 year variable, owner occupied with 25 year amortization.
are the rate for High ratio or Low ratio?
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Mar 25, 2006
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Toronto
Richhy wrote: As well as their HELOC. Currently at 2.35% (Prime -0.10%)
Is it possible to get HELOC from them while the mortgage on the house is with another bank (standard charge mortgage)?
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Nov 25, 2010
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Laval
Would love to take advantage of the lower rates and get out of my 3.14 fixed rate mortgage with First National, but it's so expensive to get out of the existing mortgage...
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Sep 13, 2007
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Toronto
any banks offering to cover penalites?
I got a new mortgage in jan 2.84% with TD 5 year fixed.
With such low rates I would love a lower rate but anyone institution willing to cover the penalty?
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May 17, 2007
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Toronto
dib wrote: Would love to take advantage of the lower rates and get out of my 3.14 fixed rate mortgage with First National, but it's so expensive to get out of the existing mortgage...
did you calculate the savings?
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Nov 25, 2010
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Laval
I tried to and it did look like it wasn't worth it, I have ~ 2 1/2 years left with ~ 210k
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Aug 22, 2018
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Mississauga
Silly question may be ... but moving mortgage from one provider to other ... does it require all the checks that happened when we take mortgage first time ? Or the banks just accepts your mortgage from other bank without deep checks ?
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Sep 27, 2004
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Ottawa
premalmistry wrote: Silly question may be ... but moving mortgage from one provider to other ... does it require all the checks that happened when we take mortgage first time ? Or the banks just accepts your mortgage from other bank without deep checks ?
yes
Deal Guru
Mar 22, 2004
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RFD
Isn't variable better right now with the low rates the past few years it seems to have steadily dropped and I don't see them rising even after vaccines
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Need some help.

I've been thinking renewing my mortgage still have 20 months left. To break it will cost me $9.5k penalty fee. I'm currently on 2.59% interest for 5 year fixed. 16 years Amortization.

Is it worth it?
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Sep 17, 2007
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Wasaga Beach
bingo_jake wrote: Is it possible to get HELOC from them while the mortgage on the house is with another bank (standard charge mortgage)?
No, they will only do HELOC if you have mortgage with them.

As a side note, I they gave me 2.15% on the HELOC. (Prime - 0.3)
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Sep 9, 2015
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Nanaimo
Rsnav09 wrote: Need some help.

I've been thinking renewing my mortgage still have 20 months left. To break it will cost me $9.5k penalty fee. I'm currently on 2.59% interest for 5 year fixed. 16 years Amortization.

Is it worth it?
You need to call your bank and ask them what it would cost to break it, they'll tell you exactly and if it's worth switching. we don't know how much you'll save without knowing your mortgage amount and your bank's fees.
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Jun 4, 2012
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mortgage rates are definately going down these days... this is decend given you do not need to negotiate with the bank reps...

too bad I've broken my mortgage once and the rate is not low enough to justify another penalty.

good for those that need a new / renewal mortgage soon
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Aug 2, 2017
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dib wrote: Would love to take advantage of the lower rates and get out of my 3.14 fixed rate mortgage with First National, but it's so expensive to get out of the existing mortgage...
I have 2.69 with first national , more than 3 years left. I did the computation. The penalty is less than the big banks. My saving is small but switching to the big bank. I have access to HELOC. My broker told me the penalty is less compare to big bank. The switch is do-able.

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