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Mortgage rates may seem low now, but you’ll be lucky if that 2.5-per-cent mortgage only goes up to 4 per cent in 25 years.Darren Calabrese/The Canadian Press

The best of the web on money, markets and all things financial, as chosen daily by Globe and Mail personal finance columnist Rob Carrick.

Prepare for higher mortgage rates
Veteran economist Sherry Cooper looks at whether mortgage rates could rise as a result of recent events in the bond market. Bond yields play a big role in determining mortgage rates.

The consensus of the RateSupermarket.ca mortgage outlook panel is that borrowing costs for fixed rate mortgages are heading higher.

Best and worst TV commercials about retirement
It's a U.S. collection, but still worth a look for insights on how the financial industry views the all-important retiree market.

How do we deal with a sneaky real estate agent?
The agent pulled a move that added to the price this couple got for their house, but they're not comfortable with how everything went down.

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