Refinancing Your Mortgage

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When does it makes sense to refinance your mortgage?

To refinance your mortgage means you are renegotiating the terms of your existing mortgage, either to lower your current borrowing costs, or to access the equity in your home.

Why refinance?

  • To get a lower interest rate: If mortgage rates have dropped since you first got your mortgage, then you're in luck. You might be able to take advantage of reduced rates and lower mothly payments by refinancing your mortgage. Even a slight reduction in rates can lower your monthly payments and your overall cost of borrowing.
  • To consolidate higher-interest debt: Refinancing your mortgage can free up cash to help you pay off higher interest debt such as credit cards or unsecured loans.
  • To tap into your home equity: When you make payments on your mortgage, you build equity in your home. You can access up to 80% of your home's appraised value in cash to put towards large purchases or to simply use as you wish.

Talk to our Financial Experience Advisors today to find out if refinancing makes sense for you.

Our Current Mortgage Rates

Mortgages (Rates effective 2021-11-18) Rates
3 Year Closed Variable 2.45%
5 Year Closed Variable 2.20%
6 Month Fixed Open Mortgage 7.25%
1 Year Fixed Open Mortgage 7.25%
1 Year Fixed Closed Mortgage 2.09%
2 Year Fixed Closed Mortgage 2.14%
3 Year Fixed Closed Mortgage 2.24%
4 Year Fixed Closed Mortgage 2.39%
5 Year Fixed Closed Mortgage 2.74%