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TD Bank vs. PNC Bank mortgages
Both lenders have low down payment options, but one is better if you're not on the East Coast.
How do TD Bank and PNC Bank compare?
- Choose this lender for down payments as low as 3%
- Choose another lender if you’re not on the East Coast
- A good option for borrowers with an atypical schedule looking to sit down with a loan specialist
- Choose this lender for low down payment options
- Watch out for poor customer service
- A good option for commercial real estate loans
- Home Equity
- Home Equity
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Minimum credit score
Only available in: CT, DE, FL, GA, MA, MD, ME, NC, NH, NJ, NY, RI, SC, VA
Available in all states
- Online process
- Low down payment programs
- Guides and resources
- Multiple loan choices
- Low down-payment options
- Online application tracking
- East Coast only
- Online customer service limited
- Unclear loan availability
- Limited branch locations
- Customer complaints
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