Owner financing gives a real estate investor all sorts of perks versus financing at the bank. The only issues are rate and finding a sucker.read more
David Bach thinks the latte factor is what separates regular people from getting rich. He’s right, but there’s more than one way to achieve your goals.read more
Ever wanted to see how this here blog is created? No? Too bad, look at it anyway. Now with more sitting!read more
The Financial Canadian spent four months working on Bay Street, learning a number of important lessons along the way.read more
Vancouver just passed a foreign buyer’s tax and Toronto looks to be next. But over the long-term, it sends a terrible message.read more
This week’s linkfest features mortgages, pool insurance, investing in electric cars, and plenty more.read more
Forget about the rest of the country. Real estate investors need to check out New Brunswick. Like, yesterday.read more
In 2016, cutting cable is all the rage. But for people who actually want to enjoy watching television, it’s a dumb decision.
The dangers of buying mortgage life insurance from a mortgage broker or banker. Instead, go with a much better term product.
In a desperate attempt to make peace with early retirees, I’ve proposed a solution that will allow retiring early at a young age. There’s just one catch.
It goes against all of our investing instincts, but maybe we should be buying shares of companies that have just announced a dividend cut.
This week’s link fest features credit scores, reasons to not pay down the mortgage, and at least one instance of talking to myself.
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