How to Pay off Your Mortgage in 5 Years


How to Pay off Your Mortgage in 5 Years

What would your life be like if you had no mortgage? Would you accelerate your investing strategy, pay off debt, or take more family vacations? A few years ago, Natali and I discovered an incredible means to pay off our primary residence. Now we utilize this strategy consistently in order to meet our ultimate goal: purchasing more buy and hold real estate.

In this video, we’re sharing the proven system you can use to pay off your mortgage in just a few short years. We’ll discuss the step-by-step system that can help you save hundreds of thousands of dollars in interest payments. We’ll share the importance of dedication, and why banks don’t want you to know about this strategy!

If you’ve ever wondered how to pay off your mortgage in 5 years, this video is for you! We’ll talk about our new book, and how it can help you reach your financial goals. We wanted to share this to help you free yourself from the dead weight of your mortgage so that you can enjoy your monthly income however the heck you want to!

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20 Replies to “How to Pay off Your Mortgage in 5 Years”

  1. Hello, I have been watching for a couple months and I am currently on my way to purchase my third rental property. This is very modest, but this is 3 years in the making. And I love my ROI…. Your videos have been helpful in many aspects of my recent approach towards my growth. I especially am looking into seller carry for my future purchases.
    I never thought at 29 I could be able to do anything like this, and I am so grateful. A lot of 20 somethings and millennials are in the same boat. A lot of your advise is around people who have a established/considerable 401 k's and maybe money saved away….I mean it might be me, but 20 somethings isn't necessarily your audience base or who you are speaking to. But there are things that you can tell 20 something's that they can start doing today to position themselves to create legacy wealth in this way. Maybe you can make a video? Another way to put it, what would you tell 20 year old Clayton? Even just the simple message that if "you start thinking about this when your 24, that you can develop a property portfolio towards legacy wealth." If that is possible great, if not, you make great videos and appreciate the work you put into them. Best wishes….
    Austin

  2. Great video. My wife and I went from a $1.3M house with any $800k balance to banking the cash and paying cash for another smaller house for $300,000 and paid off everything and we were making $11,000 per month and our expenses were only $1,000 per month and we banked $10,000 per month for almost 2 years and stacked up $200,000 in cash in addition to our $300,000 in equity. Amazing how it works.

  3. I don't know if anyone asked this already. You mentioned a free spreadsheet with a book purchase. I'm buying the paperback. How do I get the spreadsheet?

  4. the home i am buying is in escrow and im looking at 255k mortgage (+pmi,fha,etc). this video is such a good resource. im a first timer and i am really committed to start putting my money into a house instead of renting. this is by far the best video i've watched regarding paying off mortgage. i already have it on my mind to pay more toward the principal, but i just don't quite understand exactly how this will save me in the long run. thank you for sharing your wisdom! i look forward to your book!

  5. Hi guys, great video. As a comment, not everybody can read a book, understand it or focus to read (low attention span) in today days, I am sure you have done research about this before writing it because that is something to think about when choosing the right font, letter sizing etc. do you have this book in audio also? This HELOC sounds great, but its complicated to grasp, I have watched many video by now and it seems to me that everybody is omitting maybe inadvertently details that could be very helpful to someone like me with low education. I have more questions but I will wait till you answer this comment. I do have a mortgage by the way in which I have 20 years left or $165,000. Also, do the mortgage payment will be in addition of the HELOC payments? Thanks

  6. Interesting. I had no idea you started out in New York. I feel like I'm looking at my future. I've been in New York for 17 years and I'm tired of the high rent and not feeling like I can invest in cashflowing real estate locally.

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