Mortgage Savings

There's a simple trick to significantly reduce the length of your mortgage and save you thousands over the course of your loan: Make additional payments which apply to your principal. Borrowers use different methods to accomplish this goal. For many people,Perhaps the easiest way to keep track is to make one extra mortgage payment every year. If you can't pay an additional whole payment in one month, you can split that large amount into 12 smaller payments and write a check for that additional amount monthly. Finally, you can commit to paying a half payment every two weeks. These options differ slightly in reducing the total interest paid and reducing payback length, but they will all significantly reduce the length of your mortgage and lower the total interest you will pay over the duration of the loan.

One-time Additional Payment

Some people just can't make extra payments. But remember that most mortgage contracts allow additional principal payments at any time. You can take advantage of this rule to pay down your principal when you get some extra money. Here's an example: a few years after moving into your home, you get a very large tax refund,a large legacy, or a cash gift; , you could apply this money toward your loan principal, which would result in huge savings and a shortened payback period. For most loans, even a small amount, paid early in the mortgage, could offer big savings in interest and in the length of the loan.

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