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edited 5 January 2019 at 9:31AM in Mortgage-Free Wannabe
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  • julicornjulicorn Forumite
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    beanielou wrote: »
    Count me out for next year.
    My number was 144.

    Sorry to see you're not joining again beanie, I always loved your £11/£22/£33/... (remember, we call them "booze numbers" in German :D ) payments. Thank you for the heads up though! :heart2:
    Original mortgage: December 2017, £203,495
    MFW start: April 2018, £201,800
    Current: £131,000 (-£1,373 overpayment savings pot)
  • Hi,

    Can I please join??? I would like to eradicate £5,000 from my mortgage next year.
    Any number would be great.
    1 debt vs 100 days chapter 34 No:2
    SPC 13 No:113
    2020 MFW No:23
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    julicornjulicorn Forumite
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    edited 7 December 2018 at 7:31PM
    I've just gone through the most recent pages of the 2018 thread as well, and marked everyone who's already said they want to take part again next year - apologies if I missed anyone!

    Miss D Meanour, utopiah, lindez, chocoholic_chick, cod3, jackieblack, Miss Pinky, anna42hmr, mortgage destroyer - I've kept all your numbers the same as 2018 for now - let me know if any of you would like a lower one.

    Roxie, I've given you number 33 now. Could you let me know your target for 2019 as well?

    greent, thanks for already mentioning your target of £5k, I've added you back in with the same number as well. :)

    Cherryfudge, I've logged you as keeping #30, and with a target of £2,880.

    life is sweet, I've signed you up again with your new number 11 (hope that works for you) and a goal of £15k :)

    wishingthemortgaheaway - I've got you down with your current number #162, would you maybe like a lower one? Please let me know your goal as well. :)

    teameffort - same as above, I've logged you as participating again. Would you like a lower number than 143, and could you let me know your goal as well?

    frugal_lass, I've added you in as #19 for this challenge (how fitting, 19 in 2019!). Could you let me know your target too?


    Thanks everyone!
    Original mortgage: December 2017, £203,495
    MFW start: April 2018, £201,800
    Current: £131,000 (-£1,373 overpayment savings pot)
  • julicornjulicorn Forumite
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    Bounty123 wrote: »
    Hi,

    Can I please join??? I would like to eradicate £5,000 from my mortgage next year.
    Any number would be great.

    Welcome Bounty123! I've given you number 23 - shouldn't be too difficult to remember with that name :D
    Original mortgage: December 2017, £203,495
    MFW start: April 2018, £201,800
    Current: £131,000 (-£1,373 overpayment savings pot)
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    Hi julicorn,

    Thank you for picking up the reins from HiddenShadow and pawlala.

    Could I join again this year please?
    My previous number was #45 but I don't mind keeping/leaving the same number and am happy to have the most suitable for you & the spreadsheet.

    Going to go bigger this year and double my target to reflect my focus so aiming for a cheeky £2000 OP for 2019. (with a bit of determination, perhaps I'll exceed it and get to £2019 for 2019 :D )

    Thanks again
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    Thanks Dobbibill! Keeping #45 works well, so I've kept it as that for now :)
    Let's see if you can stretch to £2019 for 2019, I like it! :D
    Original mortgage: December 2017, £203,495
    MFW start: April 2018, £201,800
    Current: £131,000 (-£1,373 overpayment savings pot)
  • Please can I join! I've got a target of £10,000 to be a combination of overpayments and offset savings.

    Good luck everyone and thank you for heading up the challenge julicorn.
    Current balance £219,990.00. Offset £0. £219,990.00 needed to be mortgage neutral!
    End date - 12/28 but aiming for 12/23 - 2019 Overpay & Offset £0
    Former DFW Nerd 230. Determined to be MF. Bring it on!
  • Hiya Julicorn, I'm a newbie. Any number is fine. My goal for 2019 is £2000 as I'm aiming for a bit more balance in my plans next year. Thanks! ChotaPeg
  • julicornjulicorn Forumite
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    Please can I join! I've got a target of £10,000 to be a combination of overpayments and offset savings.

    Good luck everyone and thank you for heading up the challenge julicorn.

    Hi Betterthanever! I've assumed you're ok with a new number and given you #29, hope that works for you. :)
    Original mortgage: December 2017, £203,495
    MFW start: April 2018, £201,800
    Current: £131,000 (-£1,373 overpayment savings pot)
  • julicornjulicorn Forumite
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    ChotaPeg wrote: »
    Hiya Julicorn, I'm a newbie. Any number is fine. My goal for 2019 is £2000 as I'm aiming for a bit more balance in my plans next year. Thanks! ChotaPeg

    Welcome ChotaPeg, you're #36 - hope that works for you :)
    Original mortgage: December 2017, £203,495
    MFW start: April 2018, £201,800
    Current: £131,000 (-£1,373 overpayment savings pot)
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