DAILY RATE UPDATE*
BEST MORTGAGE RATES TODAY April 14, 2016
PRIME RATE: 2.70%
Qualifying Rate: 4.74%
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Canada’s best Mortgage Rates Today are advertised rates from major lenders in the market & are published by RedDogFinancial.ca. Contact us for up to date rates. Rates may be lower than those posted. Before renewing or refinancing, talk to one of our Licensed Mortgage Agents. Never trust a Bank to give you the best Rates! We’ll get the banks and lenders to compete for your business.
*Rates and conditions, including prime and qualifying rates, are subject to change without notice.
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