We escape the winter, they explore new places, and we support each other's economy. We also partake in cross-border shopping, which racks up our U.S. debt.
Listen in on this week's podcast as we discuss links between the depression era and a classic song that captures the emotions that run through families struggling with debt.
Aggressive lending policies have allowed Canadians to buy too much house for years. Our guest Michael Chong believes that if CMHC was privatized, mortgage insurance could be properly priced by the free market.
Listen to the podcast: Is the Sky Falling? Will the New Mortgage Rules Hurt the Real Estate Market? Doug H: On Monday October 3rd finance minister Bill Morneau announced big changes to Canada's mortgage lending rules. Real estate agents, mortgage brokers, real estate lawyers, they're all in a panic worried that these new rules, scheduled to […]
Listen to the podcast: Payday Loan Solutions for a Hazardous Industry It's the summer of 2016 and as is our custom we run best of shows where we rerun the most downloaded episodes of Debt Free in 30. Today is not a best of show, I've got two never before heard interviews for you but it […]
Listen to the podcast: Renting Vs Buying: Which One Makes Sense? I can track how many people download the podcast version of each episode of Debt Free in 30 and I can tell you that so far in 2016, the most downloaded episode is episode 89, titled “Is the Real Estate Bubble About to Burst”, […]
Announcer: This is Debt Free in 30, where every week we take 30 minutes and talk to industry experts about debt, money and personal finance. Here's your host, Doug Hoyes. Doug H: We've got a great show for you today with a guest who has a lot to say about the world of debt and finance […]
From our season two podcast What is a Consumer Proposal? Announcer: This is Debt Free in 30 where every week we take 30 minutes and talk to industry experts about debt, money and personal finance. Here's your host, Doug Hoyes. Doug H: It's the last weekend of the month, so as is our custom, today's […]
On today's show I talk with Jessica Moorhouse, financial blogger and podcast host at Mo Money Mo Houses, to discuss relocation, going back to school and wedding budgets.
Listen to our full podcast Senior Debt & The Need For Change? with Susan Eng Announcer: This is Debt Free in 30 where every week we take 30 minutes and talk to industry experts about debt, money and personal finance, here's your host, Doug Hoyes. Doug H: Seniors in financial trouble have more debt than any […]