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    • KTF
    • By KTF 5th Sep 04, 8:15 PM
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    How much I have paid off on my mortgage?
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    • 5th Sep 04, 8:15 PM
    How much I have paid off on my mortgage? 5th Sep 04 at 8:15 PM
    My fixed rate mortgage is coming to an end so I am looking around to see what is out there but I am struggling to work out how much my new one would be - given that I have already paid some of it off.

    The deal that I am currently on is a capital and repayment, fixed at 3.79%. Is there a formula that I can use to work out how much is remaining?

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    • lisyloo
    • By lisyloo 5th Sep 04, 9:02 PM
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    Re: How much I have paid off on my mortgage?
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    • 5th Sep 04, 9:02 PM
    The simplest thing to do would be to call up your mortgage lender and ask them for the balance.

    Bear in mind that it takes 6-8 weeks to remortgage so the actual balance at the time will be less.



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