[ Examples ]

Required Mortgage Documents

Below are examples of documents you may be required to submit as a part of the application and/or approval process. Please note this is to be used as a guide and may not represent the exact document required.

Employment Letter

A current letter of employment outlining, employment start date, positions, wage, and contacting information.

Pay Stub

Current pay stub, dated within the last thirty days.

Statement of Accounts

Online Version

Available online through your My CRA Account. Any statement balance must be paid.

Notice of Tax Assessment (NOA)

Mail Out Version

This is the version CRA mails out. Alternatively, these are available online through your My CRA Account.

Notice of Tax Assessment (NOA)

Online Version

Available online through your My CRA Account.

T4

Statement of Renumeration Paid

Available online through your My CRA Account.

T1 General

Statement of Business or Professional Activities

T776

Statement of Real Estate Rentals

Union Letter

A current union letter indicating, hire date, and membership in good standing.

Child Care Benefit (CCB)

Mail Out Version

This version CRA mails out. Alternatively, available online through your My CRA Account. Any statement balance must be paid.

Bank Statements

Banking statements, indicating, name on the account, account information, and transactions.

Investment Statements

Investment statements, indicating, name on the account, account information, and transactions.

Purchase Deposit

Deposit receipt made with purchase agreement.

Landlord Rental Letter

A letter from your current landlord indicating, the current date, name, and confirmation of timely rental payments.

Void Cheque/Pre-Authorized Debit

A personal void cheque or a pre-authorized debit form.

Rental Agreement

Rental agreement for Newfoundland.

Property Tax Statement

Property tax statement examples.

Home Insurance Confirmation

Confirmation letter indicating, replacement coverage on the mortgaged property.

CRA Home Buyers Program

Screenshot/Screen Capture

Instructions on how to take a “Screenshot”.