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Below you will find current RBC Royal Bank mortgage rates. Use RateHub's comparison chart to evaluate other banks, brokerages and lenders against RBC Royal Bank and ensure you get the best mortgage rate!
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RBC mortgage rates overview
In addition to standard fixed and variable rate mortgage products, the Royal Bank of Canada (RBC) offers a variety of specialty mortgage products. These additional products consist of the RateCapper Mortgage, the RBC Homeline Plan, the EnergySaver Mortgage, a Cash Back Mortgage, and a Self-Employed Mortgage product, all outlined below.
The RateCapper Mortgage is a variable RBC mortgage rate with a maximum "capped" rate for a five-year term. This provides protection from rate increases if mortgage rates go up beyond that maximum "capped" rate, and if rates go down, your rate goes down just as it would with a variable RBC mortgage rate.
The RBC Homeline Plan allows you to consolidate existing debt to save on interest charges and enjoy the benefits of mortgages and a line of credit in one plan.
The Energy Saver Mortgage is a financing solution with a rebate to help you reduce your home energy costs and improve your home's energy efficiency. It essentially provides a $300 rebate on a home energy audit with the choice of a residential mortgage or the RBC Homeline Plan.
The RBC Cash Back Mortgage provides a cash back payment at the time your mortgage is advanced. The amount of money you receive is based on the size and term of your mortgage, up to 7% of its value. RBC's Self-Employed Mortgage is available for those who are self-employed and have difficulty obtaining competitive rates for buying, refinancing, renovating and more. With this product, financing is available for up to 90% of the value of your home. And finally, the Vacation Home Mortgage lets you finance up to 95% of the value of your vacation home.
RBC's online learning centre includes a range of features such as guides on buying and selling your home, renovating your home, maximising energy efficiency, and general mortgage advice, all aimed at self education and making informed decisions on your mortgage. As part of this information collection process, you should compare RBC's mortgage rates against other lenders and brokers to obtain the best mortgage interest rate.
Accessing RBC mortgage rates
RBC mortgage rates are updated every day on its website. You can access these rates conveniently by either filling out an online mortgage application or simply speaking with an RBC mortgage agent over the phone toll-free at 1-800-769-2511. Alternatively, you can visit your local branch.
RBC mortgage pre-approval
After gathering the necessary background information such as annual income, employment information, existing assets and liabilities, and financial history, you can complete an online pre-approval application for your RBC mortgage rate in less than three minutes.
RBC mortgage application checklist
As part of your mortgage application process, RBC will ask you questions relating to what you owe and own; what some of the projected expenses relating to the property in question are, such as taxes, heating costs and condo fees; and whether you will be using the property to generate income. Additional information RBC will require includes:
- Information that describes the property you are buying
- Confirmation of your down payment
- Employment verification
- Information that describes your existing property
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More on the Royal Bank of Canada
The Royal Bank of Canada is Canada's largest bank as measured by assets and market capitalization, and is among the largest banks in the world, based on market capitalization. It is a diversified financial services company, with personal and commercial banking, wealth management services, insurance, corporate and investment banking and transaction processing services on a global basis. It employs approximately 78,000 employees who serve close to 18 million personal, business, public sector and institutional clients through offices in Canada, the U.S. and 51 other countries.