A Guide to Accessing Mortgage Statements Online from Major Banks  

If you are applying for a home equity loan, readily available bank statements are crucial to providing lenders with an accurate financial profile. These statements allow financial institutions to assess your creditworthiness and determine if you are a suitable borrower.  

Fortunately, most banks have user-friendly websites that provide helpful guidance throughout the application process.  

Here is how you can access your mortgage statement from some of the most popular banks:  

How do I view my mortgage details online? - TD Bank  

  • Log into the TD account online or on the mobile app.  
  • From the slide-out menu, select my accounts.  
  • Select your mortgage account (your mortgage details will be displayed).  
  • Select the summary tab.  
  • Select which statement you want to print or download.  

View my mortgage or loan details - RBC Bank  

  • Log into the RBC account online or on the mobile app.  
  • From the online banking home page:  
  • Choose "view all account balances" or "view business accounts," then select the account name under the "loans/mortgages" heading.  
  • Your mortgage e-statements will be available to view in this section.  
  • New loan accounts will only appear after the first payment date.  

Where can I find my mortgage statement online? - Scotiabank    

How do I obtain my mortgage statement online? - BMO  

  • Log into the BMO account online or on the mobile app.  
  • Select account statements from the e-statements menu under the Account Information tab.  
  • Choose the dates and select the accounts for which you want to view statements.  
  • Click search.  
  • Results will be displayed on the e-statements download screen.  
  • To access a statement in PDF format, click the link in the statement date column.    

Where can I find my mortgage statement online? - National Bank    

  • Log into the National Bank account online or mobile app  
  • At the bottom of the account summary page, click download my e-statements.  
  • Follow the instructions displayed on the application.  
  • Depending on your account, you might have to contact online customer service to get a version of your e-statements.  

You can also download your statement for a specific account by clicking download my e-statements at the bottom of the respective account's detail page.  

Where can I find my mortgage statement online? - CIBC  

  • Log in to the CIBC account online or through the mobile app  
  • On my accounts page, select "view e-statements."  
  • Select the account you want to switch to in the account drop-down menu and "edit preferences."  
  • Select "statement preferences" and choose your alert preferences.  
  • Select "submit," and the switch is complete.  

 Where can I find my mortgage statement online? - Desjardins  

  • Log in to the AccèsD account online or on the mobile app.  
  • Go to the accounts section.  
  • Select your everyday account.  
  • On the following page, select the e-statements tab.  
  • Choose the statement you want to print.  
  • Download the statement.  

Accessing mortgage statements online from central banks is only sometimes straightforward, but most financial institutions provide user-friendly options for borrowers. Whether you are with TD Bank, RBC Bank, Scotiabank, BMO, National Bank, CIBC, or Desjardins, the steps typically involve:

  • Logging into the bank's online platform.
  • Navigating to the relevant account.
  • Selecting options to view or download your mortgage statement.  

It is essential to follow the specific instructions provided by each bank to ensure a seamless experience.  

With the convenience of online access, borrowers can efficiently provide lenders with the necessary financial information when applying for a home equity loan.  

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