The Globe and Mail wants to talk to readers about their experiences negotiating mortgage rates
Finance Minister Jim Flaherty has intervened in the mortgage war, asking Manulife Bank to reverse its move to lower the rate on a five-year fixed mortgage to 2.89 per cent. The Globe and Mail reports that the move has raised questions about the degree to which the government should interfere in rate-setting decisions.
The Globe and Mail wants to hear from readers who are currently looking for a mortgage or have recently negotiated their mortgage rate. To take part, please fill out the survey below. Please indicate whether you'd be willing to speak to a Globe journalist about your experiences.