My quest to be mortgage free by the end of 2012

edited 29 January 2010 at 7:12PM in Mortgage-Free Wannabe
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  • katsukatsu Forumite
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    Part of the Furniture 1,000 Posts Name Dropper Mortgage-free Glee!
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    Happy Houseday and Happy Belated Birthday MOOC.

    Good luck with the car savings and Well Done :):):)
    Debt at highest: £8k :eek: Debt Free 31/12/2009 :D (ten years and counting :j). Original MFD May 2036, MF Dec 2018. Save £12k in 2020 member #41
  • katsu wrote: »
    Happy Houseday and Happy Belated Birthday MOOC.

    Good luck with the car savings and Well Done :):):)

    Thank You.

    I quite fancy a C4 Picasso :D
    Mortgage Free as of 31/5/11 :j:j:j:j:j:j:j
  • katsukatsu Forumite
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    Part of the Furniture 1,000 Posts Name Dropper Mortgage-free Glee!
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    I'm having a smart car thing - but have never even sat in one - I just like the idea of cheap to run :rotfl:
    Debt at highest: £8k :eek: Debt Free 31/12/2009 :D (ten years and counting :j). Original MFD May 2036, MF Dec 2018. Save £12k in 2020 member #41
  • Lucky you, we have the older style picasso but as we only have one car it needs to be practical and a reasonable size.
    Mortgage Free as of 31/5/11 :j:j:j:j:j:j:j
  • earthgirlearthgirl Forumite
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    Mortgage-free Glee!
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    Congratulations!!!! Woohooo!
    15/5/12 Paid off Mortgage 1 (£220k) Bought Dream House:www: Dec 13 - Mortage 2 -£116,508. 15/7/18 Mortgage Free Again :j

    Progress not Perfection
  • earthgirl wrote: »
    Congratulations!!!! Woohooo!

    Thank You :D
    Mortgage Free as of 31/5/11 :j:j:j:j:j:j:j
  • CathTCathT Forumite
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    Congratulations, what a feeling to be mortgage free- well done!
    Sept 2021 - part 1 - £51,697 part 2 - £34,305
    Total - £86,002
    74 months to go!

  • CathT wrote: »
    Congratulations, what a feeling to be mortgage free- well done!

    I don't think it has sunk in yet :D
    Mortgage Free as of 31/5/11 :j:j:j:j:j:j:j
  • CourgetteCourgette Forumite
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    Froggy-G wrote: »
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    What he said!!!

    WELL DONE, MOOC!!!!!!!
    A reminder to myself: Persistence Pays Off ;):D :idea: :rotfl:
    Mortgage 1: [STRIKE]£95,000[/STRIKE] £78,900 at 3.1%
    Mortgage 2 (BTL): £83, 489.15 at 2.99% (I.O.)
    Savings (S&S ISA): £3000 Plus 6 months emergency savings earning 3%
  • Courgette wrote: »
    What he said!!!

    WELL DONE, MOOC!!!!!!!


    Thank You :D:j
    Mortgage Free as of 31/5/11 :j:j:j:j:j:j:j
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