Frequently Asked Questions is created by a homeowner for homeowners after a frustrating and costly experience when Mike Hamdan decided to ditch renting and buy his first home 20 years ago and end up wasting valuable time and $1000’s of dollars down the drain on the wrong mortgage and greedy service providers.

Mike made it his mission to help new and existing homeowners reduce the rising cost of owning a home, simplify the homeownership experience, increase cash flow and build a user friendly eco-system around it to make your homeownership more affordable and less stressful before, during and after moving in.

Throughout his 13 years of mortgage experience, he offered unbiased advice to 1000’s of new and existing homeowners and he is happy to answer any question with no obligation on your part.

He is currently active on the site under the Mortgage Outlet Inc brand and can be reached at (416) 524-7471 or by email

Shopping around before signing your renewal offer is the smartest thing you can do if you want to reduce your interest rate and save money along the way, but be sure to avoid this common mistake and you will do great. Get the facts upfront at:

Let’s not kid ourselves; it makes no difference who you get your mortgage with as long as you are getting the best service at the lowest rate and with no mortgage restrictions. Shop rates with confidence and earn bonus cash back at

Yes, as long as you can switch lenders during the term and not getting hit with a Bona-Find sales clause. Otherwise, it’s a restricted mortgage and it’s proven to be a costly experience long term. Shop rates with confidence at

If in doubt, seek a second opinion from a licensed mortgage professional to ensure you are not overpaying on the rate and if the proposed mortgage terms are in your best interest? Or click here for a no obligation mortgage assessment

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If you are facing the same challenges, you need to read this short guide. It reveals how to find the right real estate agent to work with? What mortgage options to avoid so you are not stuck with a mortgage that can potentially work against you not for you? How to reduce some of your closing costs if you are buying a home in GTA and much more. Learn more at

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