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TD Bank vs. Wells Fargo mortgages

We compare TD Bank and Wells Fargo lending services.

How do TD Bank and Wells Fargo compare?

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  • 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 down payments as low as 3%
  • Watch out for hidden fees and scandals
  • A good option for borrowers who want to automate their payments

Loans offered

  • Conventional
  • Refinance
  • Jumbo
  • Home Equity
  • FHA
  • VA
  • USDA
  • Conventional
  • Refinance
  • Jumbo
  • Home Equity
  • FHA
  • VA
  • USDA

Minimum credit score

Conventional: 620

Conventional: 620

States available

Only available in: CT, DE, FL, GA, MA, MD, ME, NC, NH, NJ, NY, RI, SC, VA

Available in all states

Pros

  • Online process
  • Low down payment programs
  • Guides and resources
  • Low down payment
  • Use gift funds
  • Easy application process

Cons

  • East Coast only
  • Online customer service limited
  • Unclear loan availability
  • Fees
  • Slow customer service

Customer reviews

TD Bank is accredited with the Better Business Bureau (BBB) and receives an A+ rating. The customer reviews on its BBB profile are sparse — slightly under 130 as of September 2019 — and what few are there average to barely over 1 out of 5 stars. Negative reviews focus on poor customer service, and complaints are overwhelmingly categorized as issues with product and service or billing and collections. Out of the more than 950 complaints lodged through the BBB, all have either been answered or resolved. In contrast to the poor ratings on its BBB profile, TD Bank received a 2019 award from J.D. Power for its retail banking customer satisfaction in the Southeast.
Reviews for this lender are mixed, but trend toward negative. First-time homebuyers recommend Wells Fargo for its thorough guidance through the home loan process. Other borrowers praise its mortgage specialists for their professionalism and helpful advice over the phone. Of the complaints, the most frequent was of customer service's slow response time and the excessive documents needed to assess loan applications. As of September 2019, Trustpilot gives Wells Fargo a rating of 1.5 out of 5 stars based on 157 ratings. The Better Business Bureau doesn’t give Wells Fargo a rating, but it gets a customer score on the site of 1 out of 5 stars based on 442 reviews, and the BBB has recorded over 1,000 complaints closed in the last year alone.

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