Are you buying your first home? Planning to buy a new home or have a custom home built for you? Or are you dreaming of getting a second home? Find out what you need to do in each situation.
Calculate how much you can spend on a mortgage to determine a target price range. You can also run various scenarios to see how much you'll pay each month.
To finance the purchase of your home, you can take out a home equity line of credit or a mortgage loan. Your advisor will help you find the best solution. The next step is to get pre-approved.
The interest rate is set when you take out a mortgage and isn't affected by rate fluctuations. Only available on loans.1
The interest rate increases and decreases with market fluctuations. Available on loans and lines of credit.1
Whether you want the peace of mind that comes with a fixed rate, the potential interest savings of a variable rate, or a combination of the two, we've got the mortgage loan for you.
Buy a home with the All-In-OneTM line of credit and leverage your home equity to finance new projects, like renovations or travel.
Does your home need a facelift? Get an attractive interest rate on a line of credit to finance renovations over $5,000 and access your funds at any time.
Looking to take out a mortgage, but don't have conventional proof of income? This offer is for you.
Get disability, critical illness and life coverage for your loan or line of credit to make sure your loved ones don't inherit your debt.2
Our revolving clause allows you to borrow back your unused or repaid principal. In this way, you can easily access additional funds.3
Get an edge over other buyers and guarantee your interest rate for 90 days with a mortgage pre-approval—it's free and there's no obligation to buy.
Time to renew your mortgage? Now's your chance to renegotiate your terms and conditions so you can save some money!
Buying your first home? Or haven't owned a home for at least five years? You can withdraw up to $25,000 from your RRSP for your downpayment.
One of our advisors can assist you with every step of your project.
TMAll-In-One is a trademark of National Bank of Canada.
1 Subject to credit approval by National Bank of Canada. Certain conditions may apply.
2 Subject to the terms and conditions set out in your insurance policy, in particular regarding the coverage period and maximum coverage.
3 Certain conditions apply. Subject to credit approval by National Bank of Canada.