230 +

Lenders Available

350 +

Offices Nationwide

2,300 +

Mortgage Brokers

50,000 +

Mortgages Funded Annually

$ 15 billion +

Funded Per Year

Dominion Lending Centres is Canada’s national mortgage and leasing company with more than 2,300 members offering free expert advice across Canada – taking the hassles out of the mortgage process and simplifying your life.

With access to more than 230 lending institutions, including big banks, credit unions and trust companies, our licensed team of mortgage professionals is familiar with a vast array of available mortgage products – ranging from first-time homebuyer programs to financing for the self-employed to financing for those with credit blemishes.

Latest News

28 Jul 2015

Common Pitfalls in Purchasing Strata Properties

Posted by: Kris Grasty

Dominion Lending Centres - Accredited Mortgage Professional

Blog Posts, News

Looking to purchase a Condo in a Strata? During my time as a Mortgage Broker,  I have helped Buyers side step a few pitfalls. Most of these are really easy to avoid and come down to simply doing your own due diligence prior to and during the shopping process. #1 – Work With Your Own Realtor! The first Read More

27 Jul 2015

VIDEO: How I Break Or Share Bad Economic News

Posted by: Dr. Sherry Cooper

Chief Economist, Dominion Lending Centres

Chief Economist, News

Brief video chat with Canadian Business Magazine on how I break or share bad economic news.

24 Jul 2015

HELOC? Is it me you’re looking for…to better your home financing options?

Posted by: Shaun Serafini

Blog Posts, News

Do you have a large amount of equity built up in your home? Are you looking to further enhance your financial position? A HELOC may be just the type of financing that you are looking for. HELOC is an abbreviation for Home Equity Line of Credit. Basically, a HELOC is a credit account that is Read More

23 Jul 2015

Pros and Cons of Collateral Mortgages

Posted by: Brian Mill

Dominion Lending Centres - Accredited Mortgage Professional

Blog Posts, News

During the past couple of years the term “collateral mortgage” has gained a bit of a negative reputation, especially since TV shows like CBC’s Marketplace have taken notice. Marketplace felt it was worth doing a segment about collateral mortgages because the lenders offering this product were not disclosing the downside of this type of mortgage. Read More

22 Jul 2015

Are You Covered For a Sharknado?

Posted by: Dustan Woodhouse

Dominion Lending Centres - Accredited Mortgage Professional

Blog Posts, News

As we prepare for the torrential rains, epic winds, and yet another round of ravenous, thrashing sharks falling from the sky (as in tonight’s debut of Sharknado 3: Oh Hell No!), there is one question to ask yourself: Am I insured for this? No doubt your home insurance will cover replacing a roof damaged by Read More

Request a Call

Fill out the form below and an expert will call you back when it’s convenient for you!



Name



Best Day



Mortgage Goal



How did you find us?



Phone



Best Time



Please Contact me about

Requests after 5pm PST will be received 9am PST next business day

Current Rates

    • Terms
    • Bank Rates
    • 6 Months
    • 3.14 %
    • 1 Year
    • 2.89 %
    • 2 Years
    • 2.84 %
    • 3 Years
    • 3.39 %
    • 4 Years
    • 3.89 %
    • 5 Years
    • 4.64 %
    • 7 Years
    • 5.30 %
    • 10 Years
    • 6.10 %
  • OUR RATES
  • 3.10 %
  • 2.29 %
  • 2.19 %
  • 2.25 %
  • 2.54 %
  • 2.54 %
  • 3.39 %
  • 3.84 %

CURRENT VARIABLE MORTGAGE RATE IS

2.05 %

CURRENT PRIME RATE IS

2.70 %

Find a Broker


Postal Code

Or Search by


First Name


Last Name

More options

  • About Dominion Lending Centres

    Canada's national mortgage and leasing company with more than 2,300 members offering free expert advice across Canada – taking the hassles out of the mortgage process and simplifying your life.
    Find out more
  • Commercial Mortgages

    Dominion Lending Centres Commercial has established excellent relationships in the lending community with pension funds, banks, credit unions, life insurance companies, trust companies, private institutions and individual investors.
    Learn More