Fixed-Rate Mortgages Making a Comeback as Four in Ten (42%) Prospective Homebuyers Intend to Take Out a Fixed-Rate Mortgage

Majority (55%) of Mortgage Holders Disagree that Increased Rates will Cause them Financial Difficulty

Wednesday, April 25, 2012

Toronto, ON – Among the 27% of Canadians who say they’re at least somewhat likely to buy a home within the next two years, four in ten (42%) prospective homebuyers are intending to take out a fixed-rate mortgage, once again making it the most popular type of mortgage, according to the 19th annual RBC homeownership poll conducted...

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Fixed-Rate Mortgages Making a Comeback as Four in Ten (42%) Prospective Homebuyers Intend to Take Out a
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