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August 2011

Found 3 blog entries for August 2011.

Nicole Vidallo on August 24 wrote:

Just a quick note.

The mortgage market is buzzing with the news of various lenders increasing their variable rates.  So far RBC and TD have both moved up their variable rates from P-.65% to P-.45%.  We are getting word that ING Direct and a few other lenders will follow later this week or next.

This will not affect clients that already have a mortgage or mortgage approval.  But those of you house hunting should be aware.

Compliments of:

Nicole Vidallo
Estate Mortgage Group
Mortgage Associate
cell 403 561 0329
office 403 264 2252
fax 403 264 2291





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