Mortgage lender reviews

Find a provider you can trust with one of life's biggest expenses.

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Whether you’re in the market for a new home, an investment property or even a recreational property, you’ll find no lack of potential mortgage lenders competing for your business.

We regularly review many of the top mortgage providers on the market, from your local bank or credit union to online lenders and brokers, weighing their rates and terms against other important factors to build a full picture of what you can expect as a borrower.

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Compare mortgages in Canada

Name Product Min. credit score Provincial availability Loans offered
Butler Mortgage
All credit scores considered.
AB
BC
ON
Fixed and variable rate mortgages
HELOCs
Second mortgages
Butler Mortgage compare rates from over 350 lenders in Canada and pass any savings onto you.
Homewise Mortgage
"A" mortgage lenders require a credit score of 620 or higher.
"B" mortgage lenders accept borrowers with a credit score of 450 or higher.
ON
Fixed and variable rate mortgages
HELOCs
Second mortgages
Bridge mortgages
Homewise's personal advisors can get you mortgage rates from over 30 banks and lenders.

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*The products compared on this page are chosen from a range of offers available to us and are not representative of all the products available in the market. There is no perfect order or perfect ranking system for the products we list on our Site, so we provide you with the functionality to self-select, re-order and compare products. The initial display order is influenced by a range of factors including conversion rates, product costs and commercial arrangements, so please don't interpret the listing order as an endorsement or recommendation from us. We're happy to provide you with the tools you need to make better decisions, but we'd like you to make your own decisions and compare and assess products based on your own preferences, circumstances and needs.

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