字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント If I was getting a mortgage right away, I would probably get a variable, because it sounds flexible. I saw the rates fluctuating quite a bit and I didn't want to commit to a variable mortgage for that reason. I recently just got the mortgage. The interest rate was going up, so there was quite a lot built in in terms of implied volatility. The one that's fixed. I was aware of the benefits of the variable mortgages, but I just felt it was too volatile for my personal situation. Whether you're renewing your mortgage or buying your first home, your mortgage will be one of the biggest financial decisions you make. Feeling confident you're making the right choice about the type of interest rate means you'll be more comfortable affording your home and your life. If you're concerned interest rates could rise in the future, then a fixed rate mortgage may be a better option for you because your rate won't change during the term. However, if you're prepared to manage the possible interest rate increases and what that means in terms of how much principal you're repaying each month, a variable rate mortgage could help save you money in the long term because more of your payment would go towards principal. This will, of course, depend on your lender and their conditions. And remember, if you choose a variable rate mortgage and rates start to go higher than you're comfortable with, many financial institutions, including TD, offer the option to lock into a fixed rate. Before deciding which rate is right for you, we recommend talking to a TD mortgage specialist.