Renewing your mortgage

Renewing your mortgage

It's time to renew your mortgage. Whether you do it online or in person, you can count on us to help you make sure your mortgage is still right for you.

Contact us - to renew your mortgage

It's time to renew

You can renew your mortgage without penalty up to 120 days before the maturity date. Why wait? It's a good time to renew!

A turnkey mortgage solution

When your mortgage is up for renewal, it's the ideal time to review your financial situation and take another look at your plans. Go over everything with us and enjoy all the benefits available to you.

Versatile Line of Credit

Use the value of your home

This home equity line of credit lets you use the equity you have in your home to finance your projects: renovate, buy that cottage or simply cover unexpected expenses.

Already have a Desjardins Versatile Line of Credit?

Desjardins has various financial strategies based on your profile and financial goals.

  • Make your projects happen
  • Save on interest charges, pay off your debts faster and free up cash to build your savings

Don't have a Desjardins Versatile Line of Credit?

Learn all about a Versatile Line of Credit

Contact us in either case.

Renew your mortgage online

You can renew your mortgage on AccèsD 120 days before your maturity date.

If this icon appears next to your mortgage on AccèsD, you can renew your mortgage online. If the icon isn’t there, contact us to renew.

How to renew online

On your computer

  1. Log in to AccèsD
  2. In the Cards, loans and credit section, find the mortgage and select Options.
  3. Select Online renewal.

On the app

  1. Open the app and log in.
  2. In the Quick access section, select Accounts.
  3. In the Cards, loans and credit section, find the mortgage and select Renew online.
Renew your mortgage

Need help? Call us.

Montreal area: 514-253-2395

Elsewhere in Canada and the U.S.: 1-888-440-4009

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