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The best current mortgage rates in Canada

Check out today's best mortgage rates in Canada by type and term.

Rates are based on an average mortgage of $300,000
 Insured ?

The rates in this column apply to borrowers who have purchased mortgage default insurance. This is required when you purchase a home with less than a 20% down payment. The home must be owner-occupied and the amortization must be 25 years or less.

80% LTV ?

The rates in this column apply to mortgage amounts between 65.01% and 80% of the property value. The home must be owner-occupied and have an amortization of 25 years or less. You must have purchased it for less than $1 million. These rates are not available on refinances. Refinances require "Uninsured" rates.

65% LTV ?

The rates in this column apply to mortgage amounts that are 65% of the property value or less. The home must be owner-occupied and have an amortization of 25 years or less. You must have purchased it for less than $1 million. These rates are not available on refinances. Refinances require "Uninsured" rates.

Uninsured ?

The rates in this column apply to purchases over $1 million, refinances and amortizations over 25 years. More info on the differences between insured and uninsured rates.

Bank Rate ?

Bank Rate is the mortgage interest rate posted by the big banks in Canada.

 
1-year fixed rate
Insured
4.99%
80% LTV
5.6%
65% LTV
5.6%
Uninsured
6.69%
7.09%
 
2-year fixed rate
Insured
5.59%
80% LTV
5.14%
65% LTV
5.14%
Uninsured
6.04%
6.39%
 
3-year fixed rate
Insured
4.79%
80% LTV
4.94%
65% LTV
4.94%
Uninsured
4.94%
5.64%
 
4-year fixed rate
Insured
4.94%
80% LTV
4.89%
65% LTV
4.89%
Uninsured
5.04%
5.49%
 
5-year fixed rate
Insured
4.74%
80% LTV
4.79%
65% LTV
4.79%
Uninsured
4.89%
5.04%
 
7-year fixed rate
Insured
4.94%
80% LTV
5.29%
65% LTV
5.29%
Uninsured
5.09%
5.9%
 
10-year fixed rate
Insured
5.74%
80% LTV
5.84%
65% LTV
5.84%
Uninsured
5.84%
7.25%
 
3-year variable rate
Insured
6.1%
80% LTV
6.7%
65% LTV
6.7%
Uninsured
N/A
8.6%
 
5-year variable rate
Insured
5.9%
80% LTV
6.1%
65% LTV
6.1%
Uninsured
6.15%
6.59%
 
HELOC rate
Insured
7.2%
80% LTV
7.2%
65% LTV
7.2%
Uninsured
7.2%
N/A
 
Stress test
Insured
6.74%
80% LTV
6.79%
65% LTV
6.79%
Uninsured
5.25%
N/A

4-year fixed-rate mortgages in Canada: what you need to know.

Are you the type of person who prefers to know exactly what your mortgage payment will be for the next 48 months? Do you also like the idea of being able to renew your mortgage in less than five years because you believe that interest rates will remain low?

If so, then a 4-year fixed rate mortgage may be the ideal solution for you.

Most Canadian consumers choose 3 or 5-year mortgages. Because of this, there are the mortgage terms LowestRates.ca can compare in our digital marketplace.

However, we can still help you get a 4 year fixed-rate mortgage. LowestRates.ca will connect you to a broker who can compare 4-year fixed rate mortgages from multiple Canadian lenders with you.

To get connected with a broker, we recommend applying for either a 3 or 5-year mortgage on our site. Just indicate whether you’re renewing, refinancing or taking out a brand-new mortgage. Next, click the pink "Get Started" button. In three minutes or less, we’ll connect you with a bank or broker who can run a 4-year fixed mortgage rates comparison.

Many mortgage-seekers have questions like, "What is the best 4 year fixed rate mortgage?" and "What is the lowest 4-year fixed rate mortgage?" Keep scrolling to learn the answers to these questions and more.

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Your questions about 4-year fixed-rate mortgages, answered.

When should you consider a 4-year fixed-rate loan?

A 4-year fixed-rate mortgage loan is a very specific mortgage product. It’s not very common in Canada; most people choose a 5-year fixed rate. Because five-year terms are more popular, you might find a better deal by choosing a 5-year fixed rate. They’re both similar in terms of length (they’re medium-term mortgage lengths) and they often have very comparable rates. A four-year term is probably the right option for someone who has exactly four years left on their mortgage. 

Are 4-year fixed-rate mortgages better than other mortgage terms?

The best mortgage is one that fits a borrower’s individual needs. So, four-year mortgage terms aren’t necessarily better or worse than other mortgages. The best strategy is to find the perfect mix of mortgage term, rate, and features that fit your specific needs. That’s why it’s a great idea to compare mortgages and figure out what you value most in a mortgage. Comparing rates from different lenders on LowestRates.ca can help you figure that out, so you can make the best decision for your short- and long-term financial future.

What is a good 4-year fixed mortgage rate?

A good mortgage rate is all about perspective. Since mortgage rates are constantly changing, what is considered good today might not be considered good tomorrow, or vice versa. Additionally, a good rate is in the eye of the beholder. Lenders use a number of factors to determine what rates to offer borrowers. To ensure you qualify for the best rate possible, you’ll want to have a good credit score, a sufficient down payment, good credit and debt history, a decent income and stable employment history.

How is the 4-year fixed mortgage rate set?

Fixed rates are heavily influenced by Government of Canada bonds. Bonds are a safe investment type offered by banks that pay investors a set amount of money over time, until the end of the investment term when the principal investment is returned. Because of the safety of bonds, banks will use those profits to help fund their mortgages. Bond yields and fixed mortgage rates are related — when bond yields rise, fixed mortgage rates tend to rise as well.

How much can you save comparing 4-year fixed rates in Canada with LowestRates.ca?

To date, LowestRates.ca has helped our users save $1 billion in interest and fees. Even a decimal point in savings can save a mortgage borrower hundreds, or even thousands of dollars, a year. That’s why it’s important to compare mortgage rates to help you find the best deals available. It can save you tens of thousands of dollars over the lifetime of your mortgage.

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