FIXED TERM RATES ON THE RISE
Rates are hopping this week. "Bond yields have passed the comfort zone and will result of course in lenders moving rates up. Economists are saying bond yields will continue to fluctuate which of course affects our long term fixed rates. What everyone cannot predict is if they will lower again to where they are now." - thank you to Karen Cameron, Maureen Young & the Gibbard Hoffart Group for the news today.
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