How much will I be charged to make a prepayment?
Making prepayments is a great way to pay less interest over the lifetime of your mortgage, Home Equity Line of Credit (HELOC) or TD Home Equity FlexLine. If the term is closed to prepayment, then there may be a charge if you've prepaid more than 15% of the original principal in any one year.
Use this calculator to estimate what your prepayment charge may be.
What kind of prepayment do you want to make?
What information do I need to complete the calculation?
The following will help you to complete this calculator:

If you have a mortgage:
 Mortgage Loan Agreement or Mortgage Commitment
 Mortgage Renewal Agreement
 Annual Mortgage Statement

If you have a Home Equity Line of Credit or TD Home Equity FlexLine:
 Amending Agreement to Line of Credit Agreement Real Estate Secured
 Home Equity Line of Credit Fixed Rate Portion Renewal Agreement
 Amending Agreement to Home Equity Line of Credit Agreement Term Portion – Fixed/Variable Rate
 TD Home Equity FlexLine Term Portion – Fixed/Variable Rate Renewal Agreement
Let's calculate what you're prepayment charge may be.
What is a prepayment charge?
If you pay off your outstanding balance before your term's maturity date, or pay an amount greater than your allowable prepayment privileges, you may have to pay a prepayment charge, depending on the terms of your mortgage or HELOC/TD Home Equity FlexLine.
If the term of the mortgage loan is open, you can prepay in part or in full with no prepayment charge.
Let's calculate what your prepayment charge may be.
What do you currently have?
Is there a way to avoid prepayment charges?
Whether you're paying off your balance in full because you are moving, or simply paying down your principal amount sooner, TD gives you a number of options for prepaying without paying prepayment charges.
Make prepayments within your prepayment privileges
Make one or more prepayments up to a total of 15% of the original principal amount every year, if your term is closed.
What is your current interest rate?
How are prepayment charges calculated?
For Closed Variable Interest Rate Mortgages, this charge is calculated as a three months interest amount.
For Closed Fixed Interest Rate Mortgages and Home Equity Lines of Credit with fixed rate portions and TD Home Equity FlexLines with a TermPortionFixed Rate, the prepayment charge is the greater of either:
 The three months interest amount, or
 an Interest Rate Differential (IRD) amount. The IRD amount is the difference between the principal amount you owe at the time of prepayment and the principal amount you would owe using a similar mortgage rate. A similar mortgage is one we offer today with a term that is closest to the remaining term of your mortgage loan. The similar mortgage rate is the interest rate for a similar mortgage minus any rate discount you received for your mortgage loan.
If the term of the mortgage loan is open, you can prepay in part or in full with no prepayment charge.
What is the outstanding balance?
Where can I find this information?
For information on your current product, please login to EasyWeb or call 18002818031.
What is the current term for your product?
What is a term?
A mortgage term is the length of time that the mortgage agreement at your agreed interest rate is in effect. After the term expires, the balance of the principal owing on the mortgage can be repaid or renewed at the current interest rates.
What is your maturity date?
Please enter the maturity date for your product.
What is the maturity date?
Your maturity date is the last day of the term of the current mortgage agreement.
Enter your rate discount
To obtain your rate discount please refer to your Mortgage Loan Agreement or HELOC/TD Home Equity FlexLine documents or one of the other sources listed below
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What is the estimated rate discount?
If you have ported your mortgage during the term our estimated rate discount may not be accurate for your situation, please refer to one of the sources listed below.
Rate discount = TD's Posted Rate for the Term you selected at the time you obtained your mortgage  The Mortgage Rate you got for your mortgage.

For the most accurate result please enter your personal rate discount. Your discount can be found on your:
 Mortgage Loan Agreement or Mortgage Commitment
 Mortgage Renewal Agreement
 Annual Mortgage Statement
 Amending Agreement to Line of Credit Agreement Real Estate Secured
 Home Equity Line of Credit Fixed Rate Portion Renewal Agreement
Alternatively you can call us at 18002818031 where a mortgage specialist can provide you with your rate discount.
Do you have a CashBack Mortgage?
If I received cash back, is it used in the calculation?
No the CashBack amount is not included in your prepayment charge, however, the prorated CashBack amount must be repaid.
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How did we calculate this charge?
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What's included in your prepayment charge?
Here's how we calculated your estimated prepayment charge, based on the information you gave us:
In the estimate, we take the annual interest rate of a current mortgage similar to yours and applied your existing rate discount.
Then we found the difference between your annual interest rate and the similar mortgage rate.
Next, we took the difference between rates and multiplied it with your prepayment amount.
We took your annual interest and multiplied it by the number of months remaining on your mortgage term. Then we divided it by 12 months to estimate your prepayment charge.
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What's included in your prepayment charge?
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It's important to note that additional fee(s) may be charged when making a prepayment or discharging your mortgage. These fees may include:
 A Discharge Fee
 A Reinvestment Fee
 An Assignment Fee
This is an administration fee for preparing the discharge request
This applies if you prepay your mortgage in full during the first term (e.g., you never renewed your mortgage)
This applies if you request to assign your mortgage to another financial institution
Please note provincial registration fees may apply as well.
*The Mortgage Prepayment Calculator is for an estimate only.