Sean Cooper
Sean Cooper is the author of the new book, Burn Your Mortgage. He bought his first house when he was only 27 in Toronto and paid off his mortgage in just 3 years by age 30. An in-demand Personal Financial Journalist, Speaker and Money Coach, his articles and blogs have been featured in publications such as the Toronto Star, Globe and Mail, Financial Post, Tangerine: Forward Thinking blog and MoneySense. You can follow him on Twitter @SeanCooperWrite.
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Walking Away from Your Offer on a Home? Know the Consequences
Buying A Home / Home Ownership / Mortgages / Personal Finance / Selling Your Home

Walking Away from Your Offer on a Home? Know the Consequences

No matter your circumstance, an offer on a house is a legal contract. And by walking away from it, you could lose your initial deposit, or even be sued. But what if the appraisal value from your lender came in lower than expected? Or if your house is taking a long time to sell? Continue reading »

What OSFI’s Tightened Rules on Uninsured Mortgages Means for Homebuyers
Buying A Home / First Time Home Buyers / Home Ownership / Mortgage News / Mortgages / Refinancing and Renewing / RSM News

What OSFI’s Tightened Rules on Uninsured Mortgages Means for Homebuyers

The Office of the Superintendent of Financial Institutions (OSFI) is proposing stricter rules on uninsured mortgages that could have an even more profound effect on the housing market. Will house prices decrease? Will there be less competition? Continue reading »

What Does Ontario’s Housing Plan Mean for Home Buyers and Renters?
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What Does Ontario’s Housing Plan Mean for Home Buyers and Renters?

Facing rapidly rising home prices in the GTA, last month the Liberals introduced a 16-point plan to cool the red-hot real estate market. Ontario’s Fair Housing Plan includes a number of measures to address the escalation of home prices in…
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The Most Surprising Tip to Burn Your Mortgage Faster
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The Most Surprising Tip to Burn Your Mortgage Faster

High home prices got you down? Many people, particularly millennials, feel like the dream of homeownership is out of reach, especially in Toronto and Vancouver – Canada’s most expensive real estate markets. However, buying a home and being mortgage-free… Continue reading »

The New Mortgage Rules: One Month Later
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The New Mortgage Rules: One Month Later

It’s been a month since the first of the new federal mortgage rules came into effect. Now, RBC has become the second of the five big banks to raise mortgage rates – effective Thursday. How else have these new rules impacted our purchasing power? Continue reading »

Canadians not taking full Advantage of Online and Mobile Banking Technology
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Canadians not taking full Advantage of Online and Mobile Banking Technology

We love to bank online – whether through our smartphones or laptops – but we aren’t using these services to our full potential. Read on for thoughts from Amber Mac, tech expert, who says the online banking revolution is only just beginning. Continue reading »