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Tuesday March the 26th, 2019 

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Toronto Mortgages Options


 

Want to know how much can you afford to pay for a home? Click here for a detailed mortgage calculator with amortization tables by year Click here for current discounted mortgage rates. This may not be the best mortgage rates, but it's worth looking at. Curious about what home downpayment to make to lower your mortgage payments? Click here for some analysis on your options. Not sure if you should buy or rent? Click here to consider the benefits. Want to read the latest mortgage news. Click here

 

What Are Your Mortgage Options?

 

Portable Mortgage  

In this case, the mortgage can be transferred from your existing home to your new home if needed. You may take advantage of this option to:

  • later avoid a mortgage discharge penalty.
  • keep an existing mortgage rate that is beneficial to you.

 

Blended Mortgage

This occurs when an existing mortgage rate is averaged with a new rate.

 

Conventional Mortgage

When the amount of your mortgage is less that 80% of the value of the property you are purchasing or to put it another way, when your down payment is at least 20% of the purchase price.

 

High Ratio Mortgage

When you borrow more than 80% of the value of the property, your must insure your mortgage through the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation (CMHC) or G.E. Capital. In this case, you will pay an insurance fee that is up to 3.75% of the value of the mortgage. This fee is paid to the lending institution to guarantee the loan. The insurance fee can be added to the value of the mortgage so it does not form part of your closing costs

 

 

Please click here to learn more about home downpayment options 

 

 

Please click here for a simple CMHC premium calculator to help you make a decision about how much you may want to put down.

 

Financing Your Property

 

You can finance your property by either:

  • cash alone
  • cash and transfer of an existing mortgage
  • cash and a new conventional mortgage
  • cash and a vendor take-back mortgage
  • cash and a combination of a conventional mortgage and a vendor take-back mortgage
  • cash and a high-ratio mortgage

Whenever a mortgage is required, the lending institution requires certain steps to be completed:

 

  • completion of the loan application by the lending institution (an application fee may be required)
  • the lending institution processes and reviews the application based on information the borrower provides
  • The lending institution requires:

    1. an appraisal of the home
    2. a credit Report on the borrower.
    3. verification of net worth (assets and liabilities) of the borrower.
    4. verification of down payment.
    5. verification of the income of the borrower.
  • once the loan is approved, the lending institution issues a "mortgage commitment" for the borrower's signature.
  • upon closing, the lending institution disburses funds to the buyer's and seller's lawyers for disbursement.
  • the buyer's lawyer will register the loan documents on title

 

Further information on mortgages can be found here or here.

 

Do you want to try more calculators? Check Toronto mortgage broker and consultant Calum Ross's site out by clicking here.



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