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Mortgage calculators

Use these calculators to determine what type of mortgage you can afford, and what your mortgage payments will be.

How we can help you

Maximizing cash flow with an All-in-One

If you have a minimum of 20% equity in your home, the All-in-One option can help you simplify your banking, reduce your debt faster and pay less interest over time.

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Selling your home

Whether you’ve outgrown your current space or simply looking for a change of pace, we’ll be there to support you from your current home to the next.

Refinancing your mortgage

Looking to access the equity in your home to consolidate debts, renovate your home or make a major purchase? Talk to our Mortgage Planning Specialists.

Switching your mortgage

If you're looking to transfer your mortgage or it's up for renewal, our Specialists offer expert advice to help you pay off your mortgage sooner by making the switch.

Buying an income property

If your retirement strategy includes investing in real estate and you have a minimum down payment of 20%, we can help you evaluate your options to find the right financing solution.

Buying your first home

We can help you assess your finances, determine how much house you can afford, and choose the best mortgage option to allow you to transition into home ownership comfortably.

Buying a vacation home

Our flexible financing options can help you buy a second home or vacation property for family getaways. Let our expert Mortgage Planning Specialist help you through your home buying journey.

Be mortgage-free sooner

Lump sum payment

Make a lump sum payment each year of up to 15% of your original principal amount and reduce the overall interest you pay on your mortgage.

Increase your payment

Once per year, increase your regular payment amount by up to 15%. Even a small increase can have a big impact.

Double-up your payment

Make an additional mortgage payment on a few – or each – of your regular payment dates.