Etobicoke Mortgage Rates

Welcome to Rate Showroom!  Rate Showroom compares Etobicoke Mortgage lenders and presents the best Etobicoke mortgage rates and mortgage terms in an easy to use table.  We do the legwork so you don’t have to.  Bookmark this page and come back often to secure the best Etobicoke mortgage rate for your upcoming purchase or renewal.  If you’re thinking of refinancing then now’s the time to pick the mortgage that best meets your needs.  Simply click on the Etobicoke mortgage lender of your choice and provide us with some of your contact information.  We’ll have a trusted mortgage professional contact you to get the ball rolling!

5 Year Fixed Mortgage Rates

Updated: July 6th, 2016
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Published Rate
Lender
Term
Rate Hold
Pre-payments
Double-up Option
Other Special Conditions
 
2.54%2.54%5 Years90 Days20/20NoYes. High Ratio OnlyRequest Rate
2.49%2.79%First National FInancial LP
First National
5 Years90 Days15/15YesYesRequest Rate
2.49%4.64%
Scotiabank
5 Years90Days15/15YesExcludes existing Scotia renewals and refinancesRequest Rate
2.54%2.79%
FirstNational
5 Years120 Days15/15YesNoRequest Rate
2.49%4.64%
TD Canada Trust
5 Years120 Days15/20NoExcludes existing TD renewalsRequest Rate
2.49%4.74%
BMO
5 Years60 Days10/10No"No Frills" Mortgage. Restrictions apply
Request Rate
2.84%4.74%
National Bank
5 Years90 Days10/20YesNoRequest Rate
3.64%3.14%Radius Financial5 Years45 Days10/10NoYesRequest Rate
3.79%3.79%
Tangerine
5 Years120 Days25/25NoMax 25 Yr AmortizationRequest Rate
4.64%4.64%
RBC Royal Bank
5 Years120 Days10/10YesNoRequest Rate
4.64%4.79%
CIBC
5 Years90 Days10/10NoNoRequest Rate

5 Year Variable Mortgage Rates

Updated: July 6th, 2016

About Etobicoke

Etobicoke is a former municipality that now makes up part of the city of Toronto.  Etobicoke is bounded by Humber River to the East, Etobicoke Creek to the West, Steels Avenue to the North and by Lake Ontario to the South.  Etobicoke boasts a population of 347,948 and contributes 13% of the City of Toronto’s overall population.

Etobicoke History

The name “Etobicoke” was derived from the Mississauga word “wadoopikaang”, meaning place where the alders grow, which described the area between Etobicoke Creek and the Humber River.  Augustus Jones, the provincial land surveyor, spelled it as Ato-be-coake, and Etobicoke was eventually accepted as the official name in 1795.

In 1967, the Borough of Etobicoke was formed through the merger of Etobicoke, the Village of Long Branch, the Town of New Toronto and the Town of Mimico.

Etobicoke Points of Interest

Etobicoke has many parks, the most famous of which is James Gardens.  This park boasts flower gardens, rock gardens, streams and waterfalls as well as meandering walkways.  In addition to it many beautiful parks Etobicoke is home to several public and private golf courses including St. George’s Golf and Country Club which is ranked 3rd best in Canada.  Other notable Etobicoke points-of-interest include:

  • Woodbine Race Track and Slots
  • Sherway Gardens Shopping Centre
  • Etobicoke Civic Centre
  • University of Guelph-Humber