Finance Corner

Finance Corner

Buyer Beware: missing property history on ibuyer properties

Buyer Beware: missing property history on ibuyer properties

Are ibuyers purposely leaving out property information so that you do not see what they paid for the home? See what we discovered in our latest report. Read more

The truth about the "Best Agent" websites

The truth about the "Best Agent" websites

How do the "best agent" websites work and who really pays for them? Are they really the "best agent?" Let's find out! Read more

Common mortgage traps that you need to avoid

Common mortgage traps that you need to avoid

Mortgages are confusing. Even worse, banks know mortgages are confusing and they use that confusion to their advantage and to your detriment. Here are 6 of the most common mortgage traps that Bundleloan wants you to be aware when looking for a lender. Read more

What you need to know when searching for a mortgage lender

What you need to know when searching for a mortgage lender

Learn how to find the right mortgage lender, what consumer traps to avoid, and why it is so important to always read the fine print when reviewing advertised rates. Read more

How to tackle two mortgages

How to tackle two mortgages

While we hope to erase the two mortgage fear with Selling Later, what if you didn't use our platform (or started the process before we launched) and are currently facing the fear of having to carry two mortgages? What is your best option when it comes to navigating this problem? Read more

Be Smart and Be Safe

Be Smart and Be Safe

We live in a world where we can look up anything on the internet. Whether it's trivial information or personal information, such as a phone number or email address, it is all accessible to us within seconds. Let's talk about how can you make sure you protect yourself. Read more

Let's get smart about mortgages!

Let's get smart about mortgages!

For some of us, a mortgage is something that you know of very well. It arrives in your mailbox every month and that giant number that you owe seems to take a million years to get down to zero. But for those that have yet to have a mortgage, it can be overwhelming and rather intimidating. Read more