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2016 mfw

edited 3 July 2016 at 8:56AM in Mortgage-Free Wannabe
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  • froddingtonfroddington Forumite
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    No.3 - Final OP for 2016 is Dec payment of £250

    Thanks for all your hard work Lomcevak

    See you all on the 2017 thread!
    "There's only one way of life and that's your own" - Levellers

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  • pavlovs_dogpavlovs_dog Forumite
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    [STRIKE]have £649.03 for December from me to help us towards that three quarters of a million :D[/STRIKE]

    Can I amend my final December total to £884.03 to finish on £7353.56 for the year
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    Nid wy'n gofyn bywyd moethus...
  • clarewclarew Forumite
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    #5 with December total op of £321
    Final years total was less than I'd hoped for but I guess any op is an op and helps. Having a target gave me something to strive towards....onwards and mortgage downwards.

    Thanks lomevak for all your collations.
    Original mortgage 185k. 2003
    Current mortgage. 65k Jan 2020
    OP £321/month-Aiming to finish August 2025 instead of October 2028 (whilst keeping the 4 dependents fed,watered,clothed,sheltered and paying for school/activities paraphernalia):rotfl:
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    mortgage_girlmortgage_girl Forumite
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    edited 1 January 2017 at 6:36PM
    Oh dear - I have been a very bad MFW with my updates this year. :o It's been a hectic year with lots of home renovations so I've op'd nowhere near the amount that I was hoping to. However, I have made small contributions along the way and, as they say, every little helps.

    Soooo, here's 5 months worth of updates in one post:

    August: £141.34
    September: £100
    October: £125
    November: £428
    December: £257.61

    Sorry about that - I will resolve to keep things more up to date this year.

    I believe that brings my total ops to £4557.98. Not too bad considering the home renovations that I've been busy with.

    Thank you ever so much Lomcevak for keeping everything up to date this year and I'll see you on the new thread.

    Happy New Year.

    MGx #77
    :jMortgage free 08.08.19 :j
    2018: £19410.25 / £9,300 2017: £7646.64 / £11,000 2016: 4557.98 / £11,000 2015: £10,230.37 / £11,000 2014 =£6703.26 / £11,000 2013 = £4288.51 / £8000 2012 = £1600/£5000 2011 = £2579/£3000
    MF date was Nov 2041 - mortgage neutral 23.07.18

  • BeckyyBeckyy Forumite
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    I'm also behind on updates:

    #54
    August 2016 - £355
    September 2016 - £484
    October 2016 - £325
    None in Nov/Dec :(

    Thank you for running the thread!
  • LomcevakLomcevak Forumite
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    Spreadsheet updated - well done to everyone, in the end we collectively OP'd over £720k and was great to see so many keep going through the whole year, regardless of whether targets were hit or not.

    See you all on the 2017 thread :D
    MFiT-T5#6, £50k to zero: £49,907/£49,907 (100.00%), 2020 MFW#8 £4,763/£4,763 (100.00%)
    £50k-in-’20#27 £32,783/50,000 (65.57%)
  • hiddenshadowhiddenshadow Forumite
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    Thanks again for running this thread, Lomcevak. :)
    Mortgage Free! 09/04/2019
  • Lomcevak wrote: »
    Sundaysgirl - well done on becoming mortgage free, even if only briefly. Good luck with the new place :)


    Very belated as only just seen this, but thank you! :)
    MFW 2017 #123 2018: £1,852.64/£39,200 (4.7%)
  • iquitiquit Forumite
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    Lomcevak wrote: »
    Spreadsheet updated - well done to everyone, in the end we collectively OP'd over £720k and was great to see so many keep going through the whole year, regardless of whether targets were hit or not.

    See you all on the 2017 thread :D


    Good morning and a belated Happy New Year to all. I have been so busy and unfortunately not logged on for over 4 months.

    Lomcevak many thanks for your continued hard work on theses MFW threads. My apologies but could you please update - my target for 2016 was £12000 which I managed, but "drumroll" I received a payout and my final payment towards my mortgage in 2016 is £24000. I am MFW78 for 2016, see you in the 2017 thread.
    2019 MFW No. 74 £13700/£30000 (45.66%)
    12k in 2018 No. 98 £6274.19/£18000 (34.85%)

    BTL (start) £97440.00 (current) £68000.00
    Residential (start) £275000.00 (current) £268000.00
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