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Do you know how much you'd give your lender if you lived in your house 30 years? Let's say you had a $130,000 mortgage at 7.25%. Would you believe $319,644. Interest alone would be almost $60,000 more than the original loan. ($189,644 total interest paid) Say you only lived in your house 7 years. You still will have paid almost $75,000 to the lender. After a realtor, inspector, title, closing services and more, how much would you walk away with? NOT ENOUGH
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NATIONAL COUNCIL OF SAVINGS INSTITUTIONS-"Biweekly payments are pro-consumer because they correspond to America's paydays making mortgage payments much easier for homeowners who are on a tight budget or have a difficult time saving money."
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