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TD Bridge Financing Fee

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  • Jul 11th, 2019 8:35 am
Jr. Member
Nov 6, 2014
101 posts
Gloucester, ON

TD Bridge Financing Fee

Hi There,

Does anyone know what the bridge financing fee for TD is?

We need to bridge about $110,000 and were quoted ~$750. I'm trying to decide if I should borrow half the amount needed from family to lower that $750. However, if the flat "Fee" is $500 of that, interest being the rest then it might not be worth the hassle.

Anyone with recent experience would be appreciated. Mortgage agent is slow to give us the feedback.
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Jan 7, 2019
176 posts
I seem to recall bridge loans are Prime + 4.5%....might be wrong but thats the rate I paid like 3-4 years ago.

If you need it to close a house....then you need it to close a house. If you have access to cheaper credit, then go through that method, choice.
Mar 4, 2019
10 posts
First of all you should to take an advice of an mortgage agent.
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Mar 19, 2003
588 posts
Just pay the $750 and move on.

If you borrow a significant amount, you will need to a) have it sitting in your account for 90 days or b) a gift letter from your family member. Both of which requires more documentation and time. You should read the details of the bridge loan to see what the flat rate fee is. TD should be very minimal. Some financial organizations will rape you on the "flat rate fee", example, HSBC charges 1% flat rate fee + interest.
Mar 4, 2019
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Jan 2, 2012
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Shawnoquinn wrote: I will suggest you to consult a financial advisor.
Ya paying for a financial advisor isn't even remotely needed for a basic bridge financing deal from your lender.