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No Need to Refinance to Pay out Off Your 30 Yr Mortgage loan in About 50 percent The Time





Please Notice: this procedure is typically referred to as the ‘money merge’ procedure, due to the fact you ‘merge’ your funds into 1 account. JUST LIKE YOU WOULD WITH A Regular Checking ACCOUNT — you deposit your earnings — publish checks (acquire out funds) to pay your charges (examples: house loan, auto payment, electrical invoice, and so forth.) — accurately what you normally do.

THE Variation IS — you use an Open up Close ACCOUNT in its place of a normal checking account. At the starting of this video clip I do a temporary rationalization of the change amongst a Closed Close Personal loan (illustration: a house loan) and an Open up Close Personal loan (examples: credit card, dwelling equity line of credit — or HELOC).

Employing this Dollars MERGE system — it is probable to pay off a 30 12 months house loan in fifteen to 19 a long time — thus Preserving Thousands and even HUNDREDS OF Thousands of pounds, relying on the amount of your house loan.

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15 comments

  1. Why do you have to take $3500 out for fun? Just curious why this needs to be taken out. Couldn't this go to directly to the mortgage? Thanks for the video, its very informative.

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  2. In case you pay off $1,000 extra income to the traditional mortgage, your payment period is decreased to 121months. It is almost 10years anyway. Therefore, it is basically almost the same. Just paying directly to the traditional mortgage is better because when you open a Heloc account, many lenders charge you a lot of hidden fees and penalties. Plus, it uses a variable interest. Why do you want to take a risk with the same deal?

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  3. Totally Awesome !!

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  4. This video is b.s..Right from the start she's misleading you to believe that your payment will only be $1199/month on a $200K loan w/6% interest. That is nowhere near true. With PMI and other fees, you'd be in the $1700/month range. Secondly, if you were able to save $1000/month after expenses, you could apply that and avoid the HELOC altogether. Either this lady is leaving out important info or she's proving her ex-bosses fired her for a good reason.

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  5. In your example you are listing expenses at $4000 a month and income at $5000 a month.  So why not just put $1000 a month extra towards your principle on your mortgage and save on the interest from the HELOC?

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  6. What are the advantages of this method as opposed to just saving that extra $1000 a month and making the exact same lump sum principal payments??

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  7. This is working for me because payments to the HELOC (simple interest) have an instant effect.  Regular mortgages are designed to keep the balance as high as possible for as long as possible (compound interest).  This allows you to convert chunks of that compound interest the bank is earning off their investment in YOU into simple interest!There are a couple of MUST HAVES Involved though:1.  You must have discipline and plan out what your going do each month2.  You must have enough equity already that the bank would approve you for a HELOC3.  You must have descent credit to secure a HELOC4.  You must spend less than you earn.  In her example, the monthly income is $5000 and the expenses are $4000.  That's $1000 extra to bite into the mortgage through the HELOC.If you pair this with Dave Ramsey's Baby Steps (and do them in order), you will create a very powerful debt elimination and interest cancellation weapon.  I think its step 6 – pay off mortgage early.You don't need to pay anyone to help you do this.  Figure it out on paper how the money will flow.1. Get HELOC 2. Pay Mortgage and bills with Heloc to create a balance in the heloc.  Don't run it up too high as HELOCs are typically adjusted with the Fed Rate.3. Put all your income in to the HELOC4. When the HELOC balance gets too low for you to put all your income toward it, take a chunk of the HELOC and put it on your Mortgage.    5. Repeat steps 2 – 4 . . . Go for it!!!!

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  8. How did you come up with the extra mortgage figures? Did you just pick any random number?

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  9. which bank does this

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  10. i think you are leaving something out,. because first borrow 10,000 helix correct? then spend 3,500 and 4,000 which = – 7,500. leaving +2,500 of the 10,000 loan. then deposit +5,000 which added to +2,500= +7,500 in your helix. month two -4,000 expenses from 7,500 balance = + 3,500 deposit +5,000 income= +8,500. am i missing something?

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  11. Is there any way to do this with a home equity LOAN? if not, what would your advice be to us? wish we would have has this info years ago!!!! THANKS!

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  12. I know this has already been said well by James Brown, but here are some additional specifics:
    If you simply use the $1000 left over per month she is showing in her example ($5000 deposit – $4000 in expenses), you would still pay it off  even earlier, 3 months to be exact and save an additional $2500 in interest.
    Why complicate it by adding a 2nd mortgage and its interest as well?

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  13. Why does everyone call for you to have a Heloc with this program? This confuses me. Wouldn't similar  results be achieved using a checking account? Following the exact same expense/income budget you would still have the same overages that can be applied to your mortgage only without the interest charges. Why is a heloc necessary? 

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  14. I have watched several presentations of this idea lately.  The information here is very well presented and it's refreshing not to have some sales pitch at the end hitting us up for some mentorship program or software.  You don't even need quicken but I wouldn't be where I am today without it.
    Thank you very much for this high quality post.

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  15. I have a few questions. I would like to start this program like right now but still need a bit more information.

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