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    • rose11
    • By rose11 15th Oct 16, 10:12 PM
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    first time mortgage 15th Oct 16 at 10:12 PM
    Me and my boyfriend, have just got a house and our first mortagage. We have just had the first payment come out! Any tips etc would be gratefully received. Thanks
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    Welcome! You could post a bit about your mortgage, situation, goals and why you would like to be mortgage free. Good luck in your journey.
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    Hi Rose!
    Welcome to the board
    Emergency savings- £3550.96 /£4000
    Mortgage Oct '16- £170.995 LTV- 90% end date Nov 2041
    2016 OPs £255.50/£150
    2017 MFW #20 - OP £1444.02/ £2150. 67%
    Jan- £68.21, Feb- £306.67, March- £272.01 April-£324.05 May £120.33 June £279.15 July: £73.98
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