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2 YEAR 284%

3 YEAR 2.99%

4 YEAR 3.04%

5 YEAR Special 2.99%*

5 YEAR Fixed 3.19%

5 YEAR Variable 2.40%*

Updated January 12th, 2018
*Special conditions apply. Interest rates are provided for information purposes only and are subject to change without notice.

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Canada's advisers reveal their best suggestions for managing your money in 2018

Globe and Mail ~ January 2nd, 2018The people who have seen you naked, financially speaking, have some ideas about how you can better manage your money in 2018.Financial planners and investment advisers in my LinkedIn network were asked a few weeks ago to complete this thought: "If I could change one thing about how Canadians manage money, it would be to…" Here are some highlights from 199 comments covering a great range of topics, starting off with overspending ...[Read More]

10 questions you probably have about buying a home

MoneySense ~ November 22nd, 2017If it’s your first time buying, here’s some clarityThinking about buying a home? It can feel like an intimidating process and you probably have about a million and one questions about this big step. Here are 10 helpful queries we’ve answered recently that might help you on your journey to homeownership.1. Is this the right time to be buying a house?So you want to buy a house but fear the market is goin...[Read More]

5 reasons to house-hunt this winter

Homeownership.caMove over, summer real estate market: An increasing number of Canadians, including first-time homebuyers, are turning to winter house hunting. Here are five reasons why the off-season may be the most magical time of the year…to buy your first home!1. There’s less competitionBetween travel, holiday planning, end-of-year demands at work and a natural urge to cocoon at home, people are less likely to launch a house hunt in December....[Read More]

Canadian home sales edge up in October, but prices fall amid mortgage rule changes

Financial Post ~ November 15th, 2017OTTAWA — Resales of Canadian homes rose 0.9 per cent in October from September, but prices declined in the month and tighter mortgage rules will likely put more pressure on Canada’s once-booming housing market, separate reports showed on Wednesday.The Canadian Real Estate Association said resales edged higher for a third straight month in October as the market stabilized after a series of mortgage rule changes and a forei...[Read More]