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When your house is rich, you are too.

Join thousands of Canadians 55+ using the equity in their home to secure financial peace of mind.

We’ll beat any reverse mortgage rate posted in Canada.*

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Residential mortgages

Your story matters. That’s why we help Canadians from all walks of life reach their home ownership goals with solutions to fit any need.

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Com­mercial lending

From start-up to big business, our team is here to support your business plan with financing tailored for you.

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Insurance lending

Tap into your whole life insurance policy to access tax-free cash1 with our flexible insurance lending options.

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Reverse mortgage

Unlock tax-free cash from your hard-earned home equity, while staying in the home you love. And if you see a better posted rate, we'll beat it.*

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Invest and save

Grow your wealth with our suite of Canadian and U.S. dollar high interest savings accounts, as well as short-term and long-term GICs2.

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Find a mortgage broker today

Ready to start your mortgage journey? With their deep knowledge of the market, professional mortgage brokers are here to help match your home ownership goals to the best possible solution.

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Find an approved real estate appraiser

Need your home appraised? Select an approved appraiser in your region from our Canada-wide list.

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Your protection is our priority

Equitable Bank and Equitable Trust are each members of the Canada Deposit Insurance Corporation (CDIC), a federal Crown corporation established to protect your deposits made with member financial institutions in case of their failure.

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