TD Bank services customers in states along the east coast.
TD Banks Slogan is “Americas Most Convenient Bank”.
We’ll review there mortgage rates and then review just how convenient they are able to make your banking experience.
Each of the loan scenarios will be based on an 80% loan to value and 1 point.
30 Year Fixed
- Rate of 4.125%
- APR of 4.263%
15 Year Fixed
- Rate of 3.375%
- APR of 3.615%
- Note: The 15 year fix at 0 points is only 3.625% with an apr of 3.719%.
- TD’s 15 year fixed product is one of the better we have seen.
Lets compare these rates to the nations average mortgage rates. (Based on Freddie Macs Primary Mortgage Market Survey).
- Average 30 year with 0.8 points = 4.23%
- TD Bank 30 year with 1 point = 4.125%
- Average 15 year with 0.7 points = 3.66 %
- TD Bank 15 year with 0 points = 3.625%
As you can see TD Bank is lower than the national average. There 15 year fixed mortgage is excellent right now and worth taking a look into.
Is the loan process “convenient”?
As I browse through TD Banks website I notice it is easy to navigate and find my way around.
They have some pretty cool programs like the Mortgage Rate Security, If rates drop after you have made 12 timely payments, you may be able to lower your rate without refinancing. Or the Hassle Free Mortgage Guarantee which is there pledge to you that your mortgage process will go smoothly.
They also have a rate watch feature that will notify you via email when rates hit your goal.
Use our Mortgage Calculator to figure out your payments.
Now obviously I haven’t gone through the mortgage process with them so I cannot speak to that, but according to MyBankTrackers bank review TD Bank has 2 out of 5 stars based on 155 user reviews. This is not a good rating. This rating is based on TD Bank as a whole, not just there mortgage department.
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TD Bank serves Connecticut, Delaware, Washington DC, Florida, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Vermont and Virginia.