Yukon Mortgage Calculator
Our mortgage calculator contains Yukon current mortgage rates, so you can determine your monthly payments. Our calculator also includes mortgage default insurance (CMHC insurance), land transfer tax and property taxes.
Mortgage calculator - Yukon
Different taxes and regulations can impact your monthly mortgage payments and mortgage amount. While many of these variables are federally regulated and therefore consistent across Canada, there are also taxes and fees specific to the Yukon.
Canadian regulations, taxes, and fees
To protect Canadian lenders, home buyers, and the economy, the Ministry of Finance sets rules and regulations on minimum down payment, maximum amortization period, and mortgage default insurance or CMHC insurance. Ratehub.ca’s Yukon mortgage calculator takes the following regulations into account when doing your mortgage calculations:
- A minimum down payment of 5% for homes valued less than $1,000,000 or 20% for homes of greater value
- A maximum amortization period of 25 years for mortgages with down payments less than 20% or 35 years for mortgages with greater down payments.
- The mandatory purchase of mortgage default insurance, or CMHC insurance, for mortgages with down payments from 5% to 20%. For more information, see Ratehub.ca’s CMHC insurance page.
Regulations, taxes, and fees - Yukon
Each province and territory has their own set of rules for taxes, and interest rates. Homebuyers should be aware of taxes and fees levied in the Yukon as well as mortgage rates that are different than the rest of Canada.
Yukon mortgage rates
Banks and mortgage brokers often offer different mortgage rates in different parts of the country. To ensure you get the best deal on mortgage rates, you need to look specifically at rates in the Yukon. Ratehub.ca as a database of the best mortgage rates in Yukon, which can also be accessed through the Yukon mortgage calculator above.
Yukon taxes and fees
Under the Yukon Territory Land Titles Act, there are several fees which home buyers must pay fees to register their property purchase. These fees are based on a series of marginal tax rates, ranging from 0.0015% to 0.00025%, which change depending on the value of your property. For more information, see Ratehub.ca’s Yukon Territory Land Titles Act page.