Good-Bye, Mortgage! How (And Why) To Pay Off Your House In Seven Years Or Less Good-Bye, Mortgage! How (And Why) To Pay Off Your House In Seven Years Or Less

Good-Bye, Mortgage! How (And Why) To Pay Off Your House In Seven Years Or Less

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Publisher Description

Wouldn’t it be great to pay off your mortgage years before it is due? How about paying it off in seven or fewer years?

Yes, that is possible – and yes, it is possible if you only make an average income and have never won the lottery or inherited money. How to pay off a mortgage early? In just about 3,000 words, this no-fluff mini-ebook provides you with the five steps to do just that. It includes sample number-crunching to show you just how much lenders rip off home buyers…as well as how much richer you could be in ten or twenty years after paying off your home loan.

Not only that, but also it shows how utterly and completely WRONG financial “experts” are when they advise people not to pay extra on their mortgage, and to invest the money instead.

This personal finance book is a quick read, but it has information critical to your financial future. BUT I WARN YOU OF THIS: If you are living in a fantasyland hoping for some magical formula to help you quickly pay off your mortgage, don’t bother with this book. There is no quick and easy way. Nothing of great value ever comes quickly and easily.

However, if you have a realistic view of life and would like to pay off your mortgage years before it is due, but can’t wrap your mind around how you might do so, you need this book.

GENRE
Business & Personal Finance
RELEASED
2017
February 21
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
15
Pages
PUBLISHER
Emily Josephine
SELLER
Draft2Digital, LLC
SIZE
128.1
KB

Customer Reviews

Nicholas Crane ,

Fantastic Book

I’ve read many ebooks on mortgages and paying off debt, I found this to be the best. Great advice!

Kat 2me ,

Good information. Good reminder. I purchased a home already but will add to the principle.

Quick read. Straight to the point.

JP Real Reviews ,

Authors opinions only - Not Facts

This author says that people who get a VA loan can not really afford the mortgage they are getting and she would rather choose a conventional loan for the person buying her house rather than the VA applicant. Had she known that a conventional loan offer would come through she would have not accepted the VA loan applicant. If you have served your country and are eligible for a VA loan, Thank you for your service!

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