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- With a fixed rate mortgage, the interest rate and the regular payments you make will stay constant for the term of your mortgage, offering stability.
- With a variable rate mortgage, the interest rate will change when the TD Mortgage Prime Rate changes. This means that the portion of your payment that goes toward the principal may increase or decrease over the term of your mortgage8.
What is an APR? It’s an annual percentage rate that reflects, in addition to interest, some or all of the fees that apply to your mortgage loan. To understand how we calculated the APR, please see below.
The Annual Percentage Rate (APR) is based on a $300,000 mortgage, 25 year amortization, for the applicable term assuming monthly payments and fee to obtain a valuation of property of $300. If there are no fees, the APR and interest rate will be the same. APR is rounded to three decimal places.
All mortgage borrowers are subject to qualifying criteria (aka stress test) that would determine whether they would be able to afford their principal and interest payments should interest rates increase. Check with your TD Mobile Mortgage Specialist to understand how qualification rules can affect your mortgage loan.
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