Sean Cooper
Sean Cooper is the author of the upcoming book, Burn Your Mortgage: The Simple, Powerful Path to Financial Freedom. 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 Financial Journalist and Personal Finance and Mortgage-Burning Expert, 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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The New Mortgage Rules: One Month Later
Buying A Home / Economic News / First Time Home Buyers / Home Ownership / Lifestyle / Lifestyle News / Mortgage News / Mortgages / Mortgages 101 / Personal Finance / Personal Finance News / RSM News / Your Budget

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 »

Home Sales Topping out in Toronto and Vancouver: CREA
Buying A Home / First Time Home Buyers / Home Ownership / Lifestyle / Personal Finance News / Selling Your Home

Home Sales Topping out in Toronto and Vancouver: CREA

Have home sales peaked? The Canadian Real Estate Association seems to think so. But despite limited numbers of homes available for purchase in the country’s two hottest real estate markets, Canadians can expect to see steady gains in price of homes and demand in most markets over the coming months. Continue reading »

Big Banks Respond to Fintech Threat with Lower Bank Fees, Better Offerings
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Big Banks Respond to Fintech Threat with Lower Bank Fees, Better Offerings

We’ve heard about Uber, Car2Go and Airbnb and how each service is changing its respective industry. Now there’s something that banks need to watch out for: fintech. Short for financial technology, it could literally give banks a run for their money. Continue reading »

New Study – Retirees Are Worried About Eventually Being Strapped for Cash
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New Study – Retirees Are Worried About Eventually Being Strapped for Cash

Are you depriving yourself today to save for the future? You’re not alone. A recent Investors Group survey found that many Canadians are anxious about money in retirement. The reality is that Canadians are living longer than ever before. With some people living 30 years or more in retirement, this phase of life could last … Continue reading »

Property Virgins Scared into Rushing Their Purchase
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Property Virgins Scared into Rushing Their Purchase

The real estate market is a daunting place to be for the first time, especially in big cities. Skyrocketing home prices and bidding wars make the dream of homeownership seem out of reach for some first-timers – mostly millennials. So, what’s still motivating property virgins to take the home-owning plunge? Continue reading »