Tahlullah wrote: »
Congratulations on achieving so much! Wow, I wish I had been like you when I was younger, more switched on and aware. TBH, I wish I was like you now!!
Best of luck with your journey. I will watch with interest and awe!
cookson wrote: »
Excellent! Keep up the good work.
I'm a similar age to you, and I just got my first home in 2012. After a few unexpected events, we are a bit more stable financially, and after a wedding later this year, we are hoping to start making decent mortgage overpayments. If all goes to plan, we could shave a good decade off the mortgage. :cool:
I know what you mean by living a boring and tedious life at times, but I just tell myself it's all worth it in the long run. The way I think about it, if you had say, a full 25 years mortgage, if you don't try and pay it off earlier, a good few years of your salary are just going to pay off interest alone.
Keep posting, and I'll follow this thread with interest
Beckyy wrote: »
Make sure you shop around and remortgage with a new (lower) fix, when your current one ends if you want to keep the security of a fixed rate.
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