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- If using a TD Wealth investment as security, please contact your Advisor
- Details of Investment security (Investment statement)
- Confirmation of your annual income (Source and amount)
We offer four main types of Lines of Credit.
This helps with everyday spending and major purchases, too.
Get the funds you need to cover the costs of a post-secondary education.
Use your eligible investments as collateral to borrow at a lower interest rate vs. an unsecured line of credit.
With your home as collateral, you’ll pay less in interest than with a personal line of credit.
A line of credit is a source of readily available credit that is there for you to use whenever you want, for whatever you want. There is no need to reapply each time you wish to access the funds. As you pay off any credit that you have used, it becomes available again.
A personal loan is a source of credit for a fixed amount that allows you to make fixed monthly payments over a predetermined period of time. You can choose from a wide range of terms to make the payments fit your budget -- the longer the term, the lower your monthly payment. A loan gives you the peace of mind that comes with knowing exactly how much you will pay each month.
1 Subject to the terms of your Line of Credit Agreement or any applicable holds that may have been placed on the funds deposited.
2 Available when TD Canada Trust Investment Secured Line of Credit is programmed on your TD Access Card. Fees may apply for Interac® access and the use of other ATMs.
Interac is a registered trade-mark of Interac Corp. Used under licence.
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