Become Mortgage Free in 10 Years

CashProperty

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Would you like to learn how to become mortgage-free in an easy and fun way? What if it didn't cost you any money to learn how to do this?

We are looking for 100 families who would be interested to be part of our Project 100-10-10. Over the next 10 months we will teach and assist 100 families how to become mortgage-free in 10 years.

Our big audacious goal is to help 1 million families become mortgage- free. Imagine if 1 million families in Canada was mortgage.

What this means to you is, once you learn how to become mortgage-free, you can pass this knowledge on to your children. This is knowledge that keeps on giving. Also, once you learn how to be mortgage-free, you can start growing your net worth, buying real estate investment properties, you could reduce your full-time job down to part-time or even retire altogether.... Just think of all the possibilities. You wouldn't feel the pressures of having to keep your job just because you have a mortgage to pay.

You might think it's impossible to become mortgage-free in 10 years. However many families have done this. In fact, I have done this with four of my own properties, and more than once on two of these properties.

Project 100-101-has officially launched. We are looking for 100 families that want to be mortgage-free. We can show you how. So, if you are interested or want more info, follow this link: https://www.cashproperty.ca/books/project-100-10-10/. There's absolutely no cost to join and no obligation to join or buy.
 

Matt Crowley

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Seems like something that can be researched online for free. Tons of free books on this subject.

Basically if you pay off the principal on the home you have no mortgage. The question is does the opportunity cost of the capital going to pay down your mortgage worth it for the level of risk you want and require to reach your financial objectives.
 

ThomasBeyer

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Seems like something that can be researched online for free. Tons of free books on this subject.

Basically if you pay off the principal on the home you have no mortgage. The question is does the opportunity cost of the capital going to pay down your mortgage worth it for the level of risk you want and require to reach your financial objectives.
Of course in theory we do not need schools, universities, education centres or events .. as most knowledge is online

Yet: why do schools, universities, education centres or events still exist today ?

In theory, there is no difference between theory and practice. In practice, there is.


Thomas Beyer, Asset Manager, Investor, Community Improver, Author, Father, Mentor www.prestprop.com