Loans & Lines of credit

Choose a borrowing solution that’s right for you

Lines of credit

ScotiaLine® Personal Line of Credit

  • Credit limits starting from $5,000 and up to $75,000.*
  • Access to funds through Mobile App, Online Banking, ABM, Access Card, and cheques.
  • Flexible repayment options.
  • No need to reapply. 

ScotiaLine® Personal Line of Credit
(real estate secured)

  • Secured borrowing rates.
  • Eligible product for Scotia Total Equity® Plan (STEP).**
  • Low rates with payment options available.

ScotiaLine® Personal Line of Credit for Students

  • Deferred principal payments.
  • Make interest-only payments while you’re still in school.
  • Ability to pay down balance at anytime.
  • No annual fees.

Scotia RSP Catch-Up® Line of Credit

  • Get preferred lending rate and invest in an RSP for your future.°
  • Make regular contributions to your RSP anytime.

Loans

Scotia Plan® Loan

  • Take up to 5 years to pay it back.
  • Customized payment structure.
  • Choose between a fixed or variable interest rate.
  • Manage your loan online 

Auto Loan

  • Get up to $200,000 for your next vehicle.±

EcoLiving Auto Loan

  • Buy a new electric, hybrid or diesel vehicle.
  • You could be eligible for a government rebate towards the purchase of a qualified vehicle.

Grad Auto Loan

  • Buy a car up to 90 days before you start a full-time job.
  • Skip the down payment with 100% financing.±

StartRight® Auto Finance Program

  • Qualify for a loan with no Canadian credit history
  • Take up to 5 years (60 months) to pay back your loan

Marine and Boat Loan

  • Buy a new boat or used sailboat or power boat of any age.
  • Take your time to pay off the loan – up to 20 years.

Motorcycle & Leisure Vehicle Loan

  • Buy a new motorcycle, All Terrain Vehicle (ATV), quad, snowmobile, personal watercraft (PWC) or other leisure vehicle.
  • Or buy a used motorcycle or leisure vehicle that’s up to 5 years old.

Recreational Vehicle Loan (RV)

  • $200,000 for your next RV.±

How borrowing works

When you borrow money, you agree to pay it back with interest over time. With a loan, you know it will be paid off over a specific period of time with fixed payments. With a line of credit, you have the flexibility to repay as much as you want or as little as interest only every month.2

Frequently Asked Questions

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Ways to apply

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Apply online

Sign in to Scotia Online to apply for the ScotiaLine® Personal Line of Credit.

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By phone

Call Scotiabank

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In person

Make an appointment at your local branch

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At the dealership

Visit your dealer and ask for Scotiabank financing.

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Useful calculators

Find a loan that works for you

Our personal loan calculator can help you estimate the payment options that best suit your financial needs.

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How much do you need to finance a car?

Try our auto loan calculator for an estimate of what you need to finance your next vehicle.

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Scotia Total Equity® Plan (STEP) Calculator

Learn how to save on interest by using the equity in your home to borrow at lower interest rates.

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