Use our mortgage calculator to see what your monthly payments could look like based on the size of your down payment. A home mortgage can be used to purchase a property or to borrow against its equity. Use our calculator.
Fixed and variable rate mortgages
We'll help you decide on a fixed or variable rate mortgage. The option you choose may depend on the stability of your income and your comfort level if interest rates start to rise.
- A fixed mortgage is a secure, locked-in interest rate and payment amount. You know exactly what you pay month over month, year over year.
- A variable mortgage is more flexible. Interest rate changes over time.
Depending on the timing of your pay day and how quickly you want to pay off your mortgage, you can choose from multiple payment schedules. Get in touch so we can look at your current financial situation and make a plan together.
First-time home buyers
If you're a first-time home buyer, you may be eligible for Canada's First-Time Home Buyer Incentive. This incentive helps people across Canada purchase their first home with the offer of 5 or 10% of the home's purchase price to put toward a down payment. This, in addition to your down payment, lowers your mortgage carrying costs and makes homeownership more affordable. Find out more.
The advantage of CreditMaster
CreditMaster® is a re-advanceable mortgage product that allows flexibility with borrowing. The money you put into your mortgage today is money you can use tomorrow.
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Diverse mortgage options
A construction mortgage lets you access funds as you move through the build. Once you know approximately how much you'd like to spend on your build, talk to us about financing options. We consider financing based on the future value of your home.
We're just as knowledgeable about commercial mortgages as residential. Learn more about how we can help. Learn more.
Advantages of refinancing can include:
- Consolidate your debt at one low rate
- A shorter mortgage term and less interest over time
- Access to additional funds for renovations or whatever you may need
- Lower rates