New Brunswick Mortgage Rates.

As of July 27th, 2021
I am looking to get rates for:
LenderRateMonthly Payment
Citadel Mortgages
Citadel Mortgages
1.58%
$1,817
Equitable
Equitable
1.99%
$1,905
Mortgage Alliance
Mortgage Alliance
1.99%
$1,905
Dominion Lending
Dominion Lending
2.09%
$1,927
First National
First National
2.09%
$1,927
motusbank
motusbank
2.09%
$1,927
Mortgage Architects
Mortgage Architects
2.09%
$1,927
Laurentian
Laurentian
2.09%
$1,927
Canada Life
Canada Life
2.10%
$1,929
Tangerine
Tangerine
2.14%
$1,938
Canadian Western
Canadian Western
2.16%
$1,943
HSBC
HSBC
2.24%
$1,960
Simplii Financial
Simplii Financial
2.24%
$1,960
MCAP
MCAP
2.34%
$1,983
TD
TD
2.34%
$1,983
BMO
BMO
2.34%
$1,983
CIBC
CIBC
2.37%
$1,989
Meridian
Meridian
2.39%
$1,994
National Bank
National Bank
2.44%
$2,005
CMLS
CMLS
2.44%
$2,005
Manulife
Manulife
2.49%
$2,017
RBC
RBC
2.49%
$2,017
Scotiabank
Scotiabank
2.49%
$2,017
Desjardins
Desjardins
2.49%
$2,017
Investors Group
Investors Group
4.79%
$2,576
These rates are for Prime customers. To qualify, you generally need a good credit score and a steady job. The following rates may not be valid for insured mortgages. Rates updated on 2021-07-27

New Brunswick at a Glance

Home to the Bay of Fundy and the world’s longest covered bridge, New Brunswick has Canada’s second oldest population by median age and is Canada’s only bilingual province. Major cities include Moncton, Fredericton, and Saint John. Average residential prices in New Brunswick is $226,659 as of September 2020, while the average price in Moncton was $290,344. The average price for the northern area of the province is $134,793. Average annual income of mortgage applicants in New Brunswick, at $46,079, is considerably lower than the national average, at $60,852.

All of Canada’s Big Five Banks (RBC, TD, Scotiabank, BMO, and CIBC) operate in New Brunswick. New Brunsiwck’s largest credit union is UNI Financial, followed by Bayview Credit Union, and OMISTA Credit Union. Others include NBTA Credit Union and Progressive Credit Union.

Mortgage Brokers

Mortgage brokers are licensed by the Financial and Consumer Services Commission of New Brunswick. There are 50 licensed mortgage brokerages and 128 licensed mortgage brokers in New Brunswick. This includes Home Quest Mortgage Shop, Canada East Mortgages, Estate Mortgage, and Front Gate Mortgages.

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