Mortgage Payoff Strategy

Over the past few years, inflation has steadily increased. While this trend may not slow down anytime soon, homebuyers are feeling the pressure as housing costs rise. Inflation might make it even harder for people to close a deal, which could delay sales and reduce property values. If home prices fall, the value of your home could erode even further.

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Ron Harris Ron Harris Author

Ron Harris, MBA and certified Financial Educator (CFEI), born in Los Angeles, graduated from the University of Essex, UK with a master’s degree in global marketing and communications. Ron is an entrepreneur has over 20 years experience developing integrated sales and marketing strategies that have launched new technologies, manufactured products or innovative solutions for tech startups, SME’s, and corporations such as Union Bank of CA, Prudential, KCBS, KCAL, KTLA, FatBurger, the Dial Corporation, Sunkist, MSE, ILG and DocuWise. For the last 7 years Ron has been helping people on Main Street manage their money like people who work on Wall St. Ron has traveled to over 40 countries to study causes and solutions wealth disparity so that he could apply this knowledge at home in the United States. Ron is dedicated to helping working class people who live in underserved urban communities, optimize their personal financial positions, improve their lives, retire with dignity and build generational wealth.

Early Mortgage Payoff Strategy

$5.49
per month

Homeowners across the nation are feeling inflation ratchet up financial pressure. As costs rise, you may be wondering whether you should buy, sell, or hang on until the economy cools down. Inflation is driving up the cost of living, making it more difficult for many American homeowners to afford their homes. Housing Market Predictions suggests waiting to sell unless you’re carrying a high mortgage. As a homeowner, you watch your money evaporate at a quickening pace.

Early Mortgage Payoff Strategy

$59.99
per year

Homeowners across the nation are feeling inflation ratchet up financial pressure. As costs rise, you may be wondering whether you should buy, sell, or hang on until the economy cools down. Inflation is driving up the cost of living, making it more difficult for many American homeowners to afford their homes. Housing Market Predictions suggests waiting to sell unless you’re carrying a high mortgage. As a homeowner, you watch your money evaporate at a quickening pace.