Pay Off Your Mortgage Early

Paying off your mortgage early is an incredible feeling. You gain a sense of freedom that is indescribable.

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Pay Off Your Mortgage Early

From $46,000 of Credit Card and Car Debt to Mortgage-Free – with Bob Lotich

Have you ever wondered what it would feel like to own your home outright? Maybe you’ve always wanted to pay off your mortgage early or maybe the idea of being mortgage-free seems like an impossible…

May 20, 2020

Pay Off the Mortgage Early or Invest More? Why We Chose a Mortgage-Free Life

Should we pay off the mortgage early or invest extra? That is a question that many homeowners find themselves asking. There are certainly benefits to investing more, and there are also benefits to being mortgage-free….

April 22, 2020

Mortgage Free: Complete Debt Freedom During a Financial Crisis – with Keith Robinson

For most of us, housing is one of the biggest expenses we face each month. Experts suggest keeping housing to 30% of your budget, yet high cost-of-living areas can claim much more. It’s a huge…

March 30, 2020

Save for Your Home Down Payment in 10 Simple Steps

Rachel from Chicago has a question about saving up for her home down payment. Hey Andy!  My husband and I are trying to save for a down payment on a house. We are pretty good…

February 18, 2020

How the Great Recession Inspired Me to Pay Off My Mortgage Early – with Christin McKamey

The Great Recession (2007-2009) caused higher levels of unemployment, plummeting real estate values and a lot of people to feel uneasy about their financial situation. Many parts of the United States were hit hard during…

February 13, 2020

Pay Off Your Mortgage Early in 10 Simple Steps

Our question of the month comes in from Mike: Andy, I saw the Business Insider article about you paying off your mortgage early. We’re in a similar situation. With $228,000 left on our mortgage, our…

February 3, 2020
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