Free in 15. . .

9 12 2011

The word “mortgage” is made up of two Latin roots: Mort, which means death, and -gage, which means grip.  So a mortgage is a deathgrip on your finances, a long-term deathgrip.

But it doesn’t have to be this way.  Just last week I was able to help another three couples slash their interest rate, lower their month payment, and start the path to paying their home off in a few short years.  In each case, the couples saved over $110,000 in interest alone.

How many more vacations could you take if your home was paid off 15 years sooner?

How much sooner could you retire if your home was paid off 15 years sooner?

Would you like to see how your life could improve?  Please call me.

Wilhelm Koenig

405.249.5993

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