Sean Cooper returns to the podcast today to talk about his new book, Burn Your Mortgage, to be published on March 1, 2017. Sean worked up to 80 hours a week for many years to save for a down payment, and then he managed to pay off his mortgage in less than four years. He held a mortgage burning party that was covered by the CBC, and that's where the fun began. Some people applauded his frugal lifestyle, but others said that it's not realistic to work that hard just to pay off a mortgage quicker, earning him a lot of online haters, which is where I got involved in the story when I was interviewed by the CBC in a follow up article. I believe that some of Sean's strategies will work for some people; the key is to listen to his ideas and apply what you are able to do, given your financial situation. As Sean Cooper says, the starting point is "setting a goal, because for so many people what keeps them from being homeowners is they're not able to come up with that down payment." On today's show Sean Cooper talks about his new book, talks about the on-line haters, and provides advice on how to "burn your mortgage".