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Residential mortgages come in many different shapes and sizes. The most popular terms are Fixed, Variable and Home Equity Line of Credit (HELOC). Choosing the right mortgage for you is an important decision and will impact your borrowing costs over the life of your mortgage. After educating yourself on the basics contact one of our mortgage agents for expert advice on selecting your next residential mortgage.
Fixed Rate Mortgage
A fixed rate mortgage provides peace of mind by locking in your interest rate and mortgage payment for the term you’ve chosen. Fixed rates are available in terms ranging from 1 to 10 years. A 5 year fixed rate mortgage is the most popular term chosen by first time homebuyers. It provides a good balance of a low mortgage rate and payment with the peace of mind of 5 years without any changes.
Variable Rate Mortgage
Variable rate mortgages typically offer a lower mortgage rate than their fixed rate counterparts. The downside is that you take on the risk that the mortgage rate goes up along with your monthly payments. Variable rates are typically offered in only 3 or 5 year terms. Variable rate mortgages are more suited to seasoned homeowners with comfortable incomes.
A Home Equity Line of Credit provides the highest interest rate of the 3 options. The benefits provided by a HELOC are the ability to pay it off at any time with no penalty and the ability to borrow back up to the established credit limit. HELOC’s are most suited to borrowers who will only need the money for short period of time or who want to set up a HELOC with a $0 balance for emergency use.