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Before settling on any mortgage you see here, remember that contract flexibility can save you far more than a small rate difference. Pick up the phone or email the mortgage provider and have them compare their rate against the competition. Smart spies know the devil is in the fine print.

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RBC’s New 2.94% Rate: No One...

Last week RBC threw a 2.94% 5-year fixed rate against the wall to see if it would stick. It hoped its bank peers would seize this opportunity for extra profit by raising their rates commensurately. But RBC’s trial balloon ain’t...