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edited 4 January 2015 at 7:27PM in Mortgage-Free Wannabe
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  • Hi, please can I have my no 102? I'd like to aim for £7500 next year.
    Many thanks
    TH
  • MiffyMFWMiffyMFW Forumite
    41 posts
    Sixth Anniversary Combo Breaker
    I would like to join please. Managed £1250 this year but with the other half moving in shortly we're going to jointly target £3500 next year. Sounds like a big number!!
    Mortgage balance £21,251.37 2 Oct 2019
    Mortgage balance £63,086.48 24th Mar 2015
    Original mortgage end date Aug 2033, aiming for Jan 2022
    2019 MFW #132 £4350/£3000
  • edited 2 December 2013 at 9:28PM
    chocoholic_chickchocoholic_chick Forumite
    666 posts
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    edited 2 December 2013 at 9:28PM
    Could I join in again please. Not sure on target yet, need to check finances when I get home tonight but want to keep the same number if at all possible which is 39 :D

    Thanks!

    Had a look at our finances and would like to try for £4,000 next year please, will be a challenge but then thats what this is all about!
    New House... New Mortgage! February 2017: £144,000 :eek:
    Current Mortgage Balance: £96,440.99
    2017 OP's:£5,935 2018 OP's: £11,956.00 2019 OP's: £11,988 2020 OP's: £1,998
    Total Debt[STRIKE] £29,209[/STRIKE] £0 :j:j:j Debt free 6/8/16
  • Tony_RTony_R Forumite
    280 posts
    PPI Party Pooper
    Can I keep #88 please. My target for 2014 is £9,000.
    MFW 2015 - #88 £3,345 / £3,500
    MFW 2014 £2,990,MFW 2013 £7,905, MFW 2012 £12,216
    Opening Mortgage Balance (15th July 2010): £200,999
    Current Mortgage Balance(2nd July 2015): £150,999
    Total overpayments to date: £30,292.00
    Updated 19/05/2015
  • black_taxi_2black_taxi_2 Forumite
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    Debt-free and Proud! Mortgage-free Glee!
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    thx JCL

    my target is mortgage free 2014

    £9176

    g/l all
    £48515 interest £181 (2009)debt/mortgage-MFIT/T2/T3
    debt/mortgage free 28/11/14
    vanguard shares index isa £1000
    credit union £400
    emergency fund£500
    #81 save 2018£4200
  • slowlyfadingslowlyfading Forumite
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    Number 43 reporting in! Can I have a target of £4,200 please? :)
    Be who you are and say what you feel because those who mind don't matter and those who matter don't mind.
    Personal Finance Blogger / In pursuit of FIRE :)
  • Ohhhh ... how exciting ... we're off again :)

    Can I have no 20 again and the same target of £2500

    Thanks for doing this ....
    Dec 2011 £101,000 :(
    March 2013 - £90,000 (ish) April 2013 - in the 80's
    June 2014 - in the 70's :j
    July 2015 - will be in the 60's :T
    Original end date - December 2026 We're getting there
    Hoping for - asap :rotfl:
  • edited 4 December 2013 at 10:56AM
    YorkielassYorkielass Forumite
    2.2K posts
    edited 4 December 2013 at 10:56AM
    This is my first year joining the challenge having become a MFW in August.

    Can you add me with a target of £13710.48 to overpay please.

    Did say £10000 before but I've had another think and a number crunch and come back with a weird number. This number combined with our regular mortgage payments comes to £24000.

    Our regular overpayment will make up about £7700 of this so that's £6000 to find from other places, or £500 a month whilst also being able to continue to keep up regular overpayments.
    Became Mortgage Free Wannabe 28/08/13
    Current Mortgage at start (October 2019) £175000 - MFD October 2036
    Mortgage now (August 2019) £168078.19 - MFD October 2036
  • edited 5 December 2013 at 12:06AM
    ajmoneyajmoney Forumite
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    edited 5 December 2013 at 12:06AM
    Please can I join and keep number 70? I am away at the moment and can't access my spreadsheets so will update the fatal as soon as I am home.
    2020 MFW No. 70 £8467.62/£10000
    MFiT-T5 No. 70 £12881.33/£27506.08
  • fluffysoxfluffysox Forumite
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    Thanks again JCL for taking the reins. This will be Year 6 of the annual MFW threads for me- each year a different number. So slot me in with as low a number as is available ;-)
    Target I'll say £2000 for now. Will be on maternity leave til July so finances tighter than usual but I'm sure we can manage a bit of extra mortgage reduction. Good luck to all my fellow OP addicts !!
    2016 MFW OPd £2000, 2015 MFW OPd 3000 then bought new bigger house with bigger mortgage.
    MFW OPd 2014 £2000 2013 £9700 2012 £2848.39 2011 £2509.58 2010 £11000 2009 £112002008 £4939 :D
    Beautiful boys born May 2011 and October 2013 :)
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