I remember the days when my parents and their friends would hold Mortgage Burning Parties--when someone would pay off their mortgage and then have a party where they would burn the mortgage. People back then actually talked about the day when their home loan would be completely paid back and they would own their home free and clear.
Have you ever paid off a mortgage? How many people do you know that have done so? Typically, in a room of 50 people, maybe one or two will claim to have paid off their mortgages. Likewise, most people can only name one or two acquaintances that have done so.
It's almost as though we have accepted the sentence of indebtedness. Occasionally I have asked others (in my line of work) if they have debt, to which they respond, "no". I then follow that up by asking if they have a mortgage, to which they respond, "yes". I don't know about you, but that worries me. Have we been bamboozled into thinking that our mortgage is not a debt?
I get the feeling that some people consider the mortgage inevitable or a fact of life or "good debt" or some kind of morbid "Life Partner". Is this how we were intended to live? No! C'mon! Don't you get it?
Let me note some of the "truths" with which the mortgage companies, banks, and lenders insult you: "The average consumer will buy or refinance every 5-7 years". "If you haven't refinanced in the last 6 months, it's time to consider it"--actually heard this on the radio! "Go ahead, sign here. You can refinace in 5 years when your home has appreciated in value." "Mortgage interest saves you on taxes"--this gets people riled up when we debunk this baloney.
Mortgage companies, banks, and lenders benefit hugely from your resignation to being in debt. The average homeOWER (as opposed to homeOWNER) will pay as much in interest as they originally borrowed over the term of the loan. So, if you borrowed $250,000, you will end up paying a total of a HALF A MILLION DOLLARS for your house over the course of your 30-year loan! Oh, and by the way, with home values falling like they are, odds are that your home will not be worth the original $250,000 that you paid for it!
Does that look like a "good deal" to you? ONLY the lending institution would answer "yes" to that question.
But, woe is me! What can I do about it? The banks and lenders wrote the rules. What chance does a lowly, down-trodden consumer have?
It's called "mortgage acceleration"! This mathematical formula was developed thirty years ago. It is an easy, painless, and effective way to save many years worth of monthly payments totalling tens of thousands of dollars in interest on your mortgage alone! It is MATH and consequently the odds are good that it can work for just about anyone with income and the motivation to rapidly eliminate debt (that includes mortgages, credit cards, auto loans, student loans, medical bills, tax liens, etc.).
What if we could show you how to legally save 60 monthly payments? 120 monthly payments? 240 monthly payments? How much money would YOU keep?
There will be two free classes on mortgage acceleration in December: December 9th and December 15th, both at 6:30PM at the Jefferson County Realtors Association office located at 950 Wadsworth Blvd. in Lakewood, 80214. Seating is limited so please call 866-969-2738 or visit www.vipfinancialeducation.com to reserve your seats for this eye-opening class.
If you think this sounds too good to be true and you don't even bother to take a chance that it might be true, you'll be making the biggest mistake of your life!
If you continue to let the banks and lenders treat you like sheep to be sheared, shame on you!
If you continue to do the same thing over and over expecting different results... Do I really need to finish that comment?
866-969-2738 or www.vipfinancialeducation.com. Bring your spouse, bring your neighbors, bring your friends.