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2 YEAR 2.69%

3 YEAR 2.69%

4 YEAR 2.69%

5 YEAR 2.64%*

5 YEAR Variable 2.90%*

Updated November 4th, 2019
*Special conditions apply. Interest rates are provided for information purposes only and are subject to change without notice.

Oriana News

For mortgage decisions, look beyond the interest rate and get expert advice

Globe and Mail ~ October 25th, 2019Are you among the shoppers who carefully read the labels of items you plan to buy? It seems that more and more Canadians are making informed purchasing decisions a priority, and Paul Taylor, president and CEO of Mortgage Professionals Canada, welcomes this attention to detail. He believes the same – if not greater – scrutiny is warranted when people are obtaining or renewing a mortgage.“People often look for the lowe...[Read More]

Canadians Need Guidance With Their Mortgages

Canadian Mortgage Trends - October 3rd, 2019That’s the takeaway from a national survey released this week by Rates.ca, which found half of Canadians aren’t aware of the mortgage options available to them.Not only that, but Canadians are lacking in some other basic mortgage trivia, with an astounding 9 out of 10 respondents not knowing that mortgage interest is charged semi-annually:    28% think interest is compounded monthly;...[Read More]

What to do if short-term renters trash your home

MoneySense ~ August 13th, 2019Even when they follow your rules, Airbnb guests may cause damage to your most expensive asset. But the right insurance can protect you from potentially big out-of-pocket costs. Here’s what you need to know.As new homeowners with two young children, Mark and Star Stark were always on the hunt for ways to save or earn a few extra dollars. They’d heard about short-term rental listing services, like Airbnb and Vrbo, and thought tha...[Read More]

This borrow-to-invest strategy can build you wealth with someone else's money

Financial Post ~ August 6th, 2019Borrowing to invest doesn’t have to be scary; in fact most people have done it“Borrowing to invest” can be a scary phrase. There have been many inappropriate cases where it doesn’t end well.Yet for all of the naysayers, I am pretty sure that you are currently doing it or have done it before.If you have ever had a mortgage or debt on a home equity line of credit, you have borrowed to invest...[Read More]