Paying Off The Mortgage Early – What $100 Can Really Do
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Today we talk about paying off the mortgage early. How much can $100 a month extra towards your mortgage save you in interest and loan term? We look at paying off the mortgage early to help have a bigger impact on our wealth building by not only saving money on the mortgage, but freeing your cash flow once the mortgage is paid off. As mentioned in the video, plug in your numbers and let me know down below if you’d like how much you would save in interest and time if you added $100 extra a month towards the mortgage.
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