Would You Pay $4,000 to Pay Off Your Mortgage 15 Years Early?

Would You Pay $4,000 to Pay Off Your Mortgage 15 Years Early?

The home mortgage….it’s something that just about every homeowner despises. It’s something that many people have as a life’s goal to pay off.

It’s a simple question…would you pay $4,000 to pay off your mortgage 15 years early?

Let’s put some numbers to the question. If you had a $200,000 mortgage with a 4% interest rate that was amortized over 30 years, you’d end up paying $143,736 in interest.

If you paid it off in 15 years, you’d only pay $66,282 in interest.

You’d save $107,481 in interest.

Your mortgage payoff would look like the green bars vs. the maroon bars.

So, the question is, would you pay $4,000 today to save $107,481in interest payments on a $200,000 30-year mortgage?

Unfortunately, many consumers answered yes to this question.

Why do I say, unfortunately? Because there are several clever if not devious software companies out there peddling “mortgage acceleration software” and some charge upwards of $4,000.

Why is it wrong to charge $4,000 for mortgage acceleration software?

Because you DO NOT need software to implement the mortgage acceleration plan.

If I’ve not confused you, hopefully at the very least I’ve piqued your interest in how the mortgage acceleration plan works to pay off a mortgage so quickly.

You might think it’s a bi-weekly plan? Nope.

The mortgage acceleration plan illustrated by the software I’m alluding to is truly unique and different. It’s one you will never hear about from your bank.

It’s hands down the best way to pay off a mortgage quicker, but the problem is that you don’t need software at the cost of $4,000 to do it.

Would you pay ZERO to access mortgage acceleration software?

It’s not a trick question. I have access to the same exact software that firms are charging $4,000 for and I can set up clients to use it for FREE!

If you would like to get access to mortgage acceleration software for FREE, simply email me at $users-email1$ and let me know.

We can set up a time to discuss how the mortgage acceleration plan and software works and then can get you set up to use the software.

Bill Kearney

Integrated Financial Concepts, LLC
132 Joe Knox Avenue, Ste 100F
Mooresville, NC 28117
(704) 464-2426

bill@retirestronger.net
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