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6 Months 3.10%
1 Year 3.09%
2 Years 2.79%
3 Years 2.29%
4 Years 2.74%
5 Years 2.14%
7 Years 3.24%
10 Years 3.64%
6 Months Open 3.10%
1 Year Open 6.00%
*Rates subject to change and OAC
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Donovan Walker

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7676 Woodbine Ave, Suite 300, Toronto, Ontario

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I specialize in mortgages for real estate and helping property investors.

I have been in the financial industry for over 18 years. My previous work experience was a Credit Manager for over 10 years in which I credit my success in the Mortgage Industry.

If you are in the market to buy a new home, transferring your mortgage or refinancing, I am dedicated to providing my clients with the highest standard of service. As a Mortgage Broker I shop the market to find competitive rates and products that best suit your needs and long term financing goals. I love all sports, I still play soccer and I love to be on the golf course.

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BLOG / NEWS Updates

Among Canadians who are not yet back in their regular workplace, close to 4 in 10 do not feel safe returning

Months after COVID-19 began to spread in Canada, a large number of Canadian workers continue to work from home or are simply absent from their physical workplace. The survey asked these people whether they felt safe returning to work. At the time of survey collection in June, close to 4 in 10 Canadian workers who were not in their regular workplace (38%) reported that they did not feel safe returning to work. The most commonly-reported reasons for not feeling safe were fear of contracting the virus and fear of infecting family members. About 30% said that they felt safe returning to their physical workplace, and another 32% said that they did not know or chose not to answer the question.

National Bank of Canada Weekly Economic Watch

Housing starts rose from 166.5K in April to 193.5K in May (seasonally adjusted and annualized). Urban starts improved 22K to 181.1K on increases in both the multi-unit (+14.9K to 135.9K) and the single-detached (+7.1K to 45.3K) segments. At the provincial level, urban starts shot up in Quebec from 0K in April to 56.3K as social distancing measures were eased but plunged 37.1K to 56.5K in Ontario. June results should provide a clearer snapshot of the post-lockdown residential construction industry in Canada. Projects delayed on account of the Covid-19 pandemic might sustain starts at a relatively high level for a short while but the longer-term horizon looks less promising in light of much higher joblessness and reduced immigration. Moreover, tougher CMHC standards for mortgage insurance will likely exclude some potential buyers by shrinking their purchasing power. We estimate that the new rules governing maximum gross debt service will reduce by about 11% the amount that the median Canadian household will be allowed to borrow. Source: NBA Economics and Strategy

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