Struggling to pay your mortgage or have you already fallen behind? Don't worry, you have options available, including refinancing problem debt, selling your home, or filing a consumer proposal to get rid of unsecured debt to allow for more comfortable payment of your mortgage.
Will filing for bankruptcy help stop a mortgage foreclosure? Can I keep my home? What are my options if I cannot afford my mortgage payments? Find out with our comprehensive guide to foreclosures and bankruptcy.
What can you do if you are unable to make your some debt payments yet you have significant home equity? We explain home equity debt consolidation, home equity loans and when a consumer proposal is a better option.
A consumer proposal deals with unsecured debts, not secured debts like a mortgage. If that's the case, find out how filing a consumer proposal affects your home equity, an existing or even qualifying for a future mortgage?
Do you want to learn more about how insolvency can affect your home? This blog outlines Ontario’s exemption law on home equity, current mortgages, and strategies to plan your way out of debt while keeping your house.
Knowing how to appreciate the housing market in Ontario is important for people looking to buy a home. In this blog, realtor and CPA Scott Ingram, outlines his balanced and educational approach to real estate.
Have other people’s opinions been swaying you to buy over rent, because it’s a ‘better’ investment? Alex Avery outlines 3 crucial points to consider when it comes to making this huge financial decision.
Does filing for insolvency have any impact on your mortgage? Find out what laws you need to know about that can determine if bankruptcy or consumer proposals interfere with your mortgage and how it works.
Owning real estate has a significant impact on if and why an individual will file for insolvency. Learn if that impact is positive or negative from our Hoyes Michalos Homeowner’s Bankruptcy Index study.