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State North Carolina
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329 E Marion Street, Shelby, NC 28150

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Shelby

5800 North Sharon Amity Road, Charlotte, NC 28215

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Charlotte

7008 E Wt Harris Boulevard, Charlotte, NC 28215

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Charlotte

308 West Dixon Boulevard, Shelby, NC 28152

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Shelby

302 E Franklin Boulevard, Gastonia, NC 28054

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Gastonia

1129 Patton Avenue, Asheville, NC 28806

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Asheville

901 N Marine Boulevard, Jacksonville, NC 28540

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Jacksonville

5927 South Boulevard, Charlotte, NC 28217

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Charlotte

183 Crystal Circle, Mooresville, NC 28117

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Mooresville

802 N Long Street, Salisbury, NC 28144

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Salisbury


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  • Here is my info. My wife and I have a combined income of 70,000 dollars a year. We bought our condo in 2008 for 163,000. We put 30,000 down. So, our original loan in 2008 was $130,450.00 with a 15 year mortgage at 5.625%. As of September 2011, we have paid the loan down to $108,684.52. We were contributing 400.00 each to our separate roth 401k retirement accounts. We currently have a savings of 21,000 in the bank. Right now we both have about 12,000 each in our separate 401k accounts. We were thinking of dropping our roth 401k deposits to 50.00 each and increasing our mortgage payments by 2,000 or 2,500 a month to pay it off in roughly 4 years. Is this plan smart, or is there something else you suggest. Additional info: My wife and I are both teachers and live in North Carolina. We currently do not have kids. I am 31 and my wife is 30 years old. Any info would be greatly appreciated! Thank you.
  • Thanks to the 2nd answer..very good. Additional info: Our home value has dropped from 163,000 to 130,000. There are new units in my building going for 130k that have not yet been sold. So, selling in the next coulple of years would be out of the question. SO....we thought about renting it out. If we rent it out, we can get just under 900 a month. Should we refinance and pay the min monthly(or maybe a little more) as we save and buy a larger home for future kids? (we are trying now) The rent would pay that mortgage. We thought about even living with parents for 6 months to help save more of a down payment and extra cushion. This might allow us to have that extra security of a lower monthly payment (if needed) and try to still pay more per month? So I guess, refi would let us move out....renter pay most of the mortgage per month and possibly buy another home. ...and then try to sell the condo as soon as our neighborhood picks up. What do you think?
  • Thanks to the 2nd answer..very good. Additional info: Our home value has dropped from 163,000 to 130,000. There are new units in my building going for 130k that have not yet been sold. So, selling in the next coulple of years would be out of the question. SO....we thought about renting it out. If we rent it out, we can get just under 900 a month. Should we refinance and pay the min monthly(or maybe a little more) as we save and buy a larger home for future kids? (we are trying now) The rent would pay that mortgage. We thought about even living with parents for 6 months to help save more of a down payment and extra cushion. This might allow us to have that extra security of a lower monthly payment (if needed) and try to still pay more per month? So I guess, refi would let us move out....renter pay most of the mortgage per month and possibly buy another home. ...and then try to sell the condo as soon as our neighborhood picks up. What do you think?
  • Thanks to the 2nd answer..very good. Additional info: Our home value has dropped from 163,000 to 130,000. There are new units in my building going for 130k that have not yet been sold. So, selling in the next coulple of years would be out of the question. SO....we thought about renting it out. If we rent it out, we can get just under 900 a month. Should we refinance and pay the min monthly(or maybe a little more) as we save and buy a larger home for future kids? (we are trying now) The rent would pay that mortgage. We thought about even living with parents for 6 months to help save more of a down payment and extra cushion. This might allow us to have that extra security of a lower monthly payment (if needed) and try to still pay more per month? So I guess, refi would let us move out....renter pay most of the mortgage per month and possibly buy another home. ...and then try to sell the condo as soon as our neighborhood picks up. What do you think?
  • You certainly think like me. Yes, I did this and hope you will. I ran you numbers on the mortgage, and if you start putting a TOTAL of $2500 each month into your mortgage, you will be debt free in 48 months---fantastic. Of course I believe you must be frugal, you must live on a budget, you must not have any credit card debt and only use the CC in a dire emergency to be paid off before the interest is added on, and the kicker. That is, after the four years, I'd like you to BOTH have a fully funded ROTH IRA, every year. The max amount you put in at this time could be $5000 each, it may increase by then. I also believe you fully fund your ROTH IRA after you make the matching amount to the Districts 401k contribution. The beauty of the ROTH IRA is that it will grow and you never will have to pay taxes on the increase when you take it out in retirement. (Whereas the 401k ROTH you will pay taxes on each penny you withdraw or convert at 59 1/2). I do not believe the next four years will be good years on the stock markets, so you will be making 5.625% guaranteed on your money paying down your home, and you will be again DEBT FREE.
  • Since you pay more than the monthly payment, you're probably halfway through on the loan. Do not touch your Roth.You can request an amortization from your mortgage co and that will tell you exactly how far ahead you are.
  • Keep the money going into the Roth. When you retire, you'll be real glad you did. At your ages, it has plenty of time to grow.
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