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2017 mfw

edited 2 December 2017 at 3:54PM in Mortgage-Free Wannabe
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  • I would like to get involved.

    My target is £1842.

    Thanks in advance,
    2017 £4231.40/£4231.40 (100%)
    2018 £3483.18/£3483.18 (100%)
    2019 £2663/£2841.70 (94.65%)
    2020 £2290.17/£2290.17 (100%)
    2021 £0/£1760.00 (0%)
    Mortgage neutral since 02/06/20
    Mortgage free target 01/09/23
  • Hi - can I join for 2017 please and keep no. 60 if poss.

    Target is £2500.

    Many thanks. :)
    2018 MFW #60 £1200/£6000
    2017 MFW #60. £3902.22/£2500
    2016 MFW #60. £2175.51/£5000
  • hiddenshadowhiddenshadow Forumite
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    Got everyone, I think. :) Will update the spreadsheet later this week.
    Mortgage Free! 09/04/2019
  • edited 29 January 2017 at 5:51PM
    KerfuffleKerfuffle Forumite
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    edited 29 January 2017 at 5:51PM
    I'd like to join again please

    # 137

    Target 12000.00
  • anna42hmranna42hmr Forumite
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    Hello, I would like to take part in 2017 challenge too, I have had number 105 in prior years so would be great if i could keep that one too. My target for 2017 will be slightly lower due to some other commitments, but can you put me down for £3500.

    Many thanks
    MFW # 105
    2015 Overpaid £8095 / 2016 Overpaid £6983.24 / 2017 Overpaid £3583.12 / 2018 Overpaid £2583.12 / 2019 Overpaid £2583.12

    2020 Target £2000 / YTD total £861.04
    Total OP since mortgage started in 2015 = £24,688.64
  • ourcornercottageourcornercottage Forumite
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    Yes please £6000 op again number 9 :)
    target under 89k by end of 2018 & under 75k by end of 2019
  • hiddenshadowhiddenshadow Forumite
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    I've checked my spreadsheets and settled on £20,000 for 2017's target. This may be completely unrealistic, but I based it on continuing aggressive OPs through April and then continuing with standard payment for the rest of the year.
    Mortgage Free! 09/04/2019
  • Thanks for running the challenge this year hidden. Could I keep number 102 please. I'll set an initial target of 12000 but will look at all the figures in the new year and see if we can aim abit higher. Looking forward to the next year of seeing the mortgage reduce. :D
  • Please could I join? After some very good advice I have decided not to repay as much as I can, but repay the amount it would take to clear my mortgage by 55, and put the rest into a pension pot. So to this end I'm only aiming to repay by £1500 this year.
  • greentgreent Forumite
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    May I join please? I do not mind what number I have :)

    I was in this challenge in previous years for our mortgage, but now we're attacking (gently!) the BTL mortgage which is interest only. I'd therefore like to set my target to £3286 which will repay the smallest sub account off completely. If I do anything above this then great - but I'm trying to do it just from rental income 'excess', so hopefully there won't be any nasty bills in 2017 which would upset my plans! :D
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    I am the master of my fate; I am the captain of my soul
    Repaid mtge early (orig 11/25) 01/09 £124616 01/11 £89873 01/13 £52546 01/15 £12133 07/15 £NIL
    BTL Mtge 12/16 £69786 12/19 £48986 2020 OPs (#18) £4980/6K
    Net sales 2020 £563.25/£500 Decluttering: 1550/2020
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