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Canada’s Lowest Mortgage Rates

We compare Canada’s top lenders, ensuring the lowest mortgage rates.


Today's Interest Rates


5-Year Variable¹


5-Year Fixed¹


Prime Rate³


Qualifying Rate²

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More than a Number

The Bank of Canada’s Prime Rate influences both variable and adjustable interest rates. The Prime Rate is reviewed eight times per calendar year, at which point the bank may choose to lower, raise, or keep the rate the same.

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Fixed Rate

Fixed Interest Rates are mainly determined by the bond market and are set at the beginning of the term. They cannot change during the term period, which means your payments will stay the same until the end of the term.

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Variable Rate

Variable Interest Rates (VRM) are a static mortgage payment. The amount you pay towards your mortgage principal will fluctuate based on changed to the prime rate. This is also known as a 'Negative Amortized Variable Rate Mortgage.'

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Adjustable Rate

Adjustable Interest Rate (ARM), on the other hand, will increase or decrease along with changes in the Prime Rate. The adjustable approach is preferred by many because there is no change in your amortization schedule, and you see its benefits firsthand.


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¹ Personal lending products and residential mortgages are offered by the lender and are subject to those lending criteria, terms and conditions. Offers may be changed, withdrawn or extended at any time, without notice. Interest rates are provided for information purposes only.

² OSFI’s guideline B-20 sets the minimum qualifying rate for mortgages. It is the greater of the contractual mortgage rate plus two percent or the five-year benchmark rate published by the Bank of Canada.

³ Bank of Canada’s published prime rate value.