Using your funds
Compare the benefits and features of our home equity financing options. Choose a TD Bank Home Equity Loan (HELOAN) for a predictable monthly payment and fixed interest rate, or a TD Bank Home Equity Line of Credit (HELOC) for funds when you need them. Home equity financing also offers rates lower than other forms of credit because your home acts as collateral.
1You must have an eligible, existing TD Bank Home Equity Line of Credit to have the option to fix the interest rate on all or part of the outstanding principal balance at any time during the Draw Period or Repayment Period (“Fixed Rate Option”). The maximum term of any Fixed Rate Option cannot extend beyond the Repayment Period. The minimum amount upon which you may fix the rate is $5,000. You may have up to three (3) Fixed Rate Options outstanding at any one time. The Fixed Rate Option rates are based on the current Home Equity Loan rates for a comparable term and any applicable rate discounts at the time the Fixed Rate Option request is made.
2Closing costs exist on loans and lines of credit greater than $500,000, investment properties, and co-ops.
3A TD Bank personal checking account is required to be eligible for this 0.25% HELOC rate discount. This relationship discount may be terminated and the interest rate on your Home Equity Line of Credit or Personal Unsecured Line of Credit account may increase by 0.25% upon closure of your qualifying checking account. For a Home Equity Loan or Personal Loan, rate discount requires automatic payment deduction from a personal TD Bank checking or savings account. This discount may be terminated and the interest rate on this account may increase by 0.25% upon cancellation of the automatic payment deduction.
4Combined loan to value (CLTV) is a percentage calculated by dividing your total outstanding mortgage(s) – or liens – by the market value of the property. Maximum combined loan to value (CLTV) is based on creditworthiness, property type, occupancy, lien position and loan amount. Occupancy is related to how you use the property. 1) Primary occupancy: a property in which you live most of the year; 2) Secondary occupancy: a property in which you live part of the year (e.g., weekends or vacations); 3) Investment: a property that is used by others, in which you may or may not receive rent.
5TD Bank does not offer closed-end loans (i.e., Home Equity Loans) for the purpose of post-secondary (college) education financing.
Loans subject to credit approval. Equal Housing Lender