Many people fail to make the correct moves in their mortgage amortization schedules because they don’t quite understand the repercussions of their actions, or inactions for that matter. It’s incredibly rare that home owners truly understand mortgage amortization structures and what they imply.
Here, I’m going to attempt to explain those things to you so that you can begin to make more educated decisions when it comes to analyzing how your mortgage amortization schedule should be dealt with.
There are a few mortgage amortization concepts that must be understood first before one can fully grasp the importance of making wise financial decisions when paying mortgage interest. I’ll start with the simpler ones…
Concept #1: The majority of your monthly payment goes to pure interest at the BEGINNING of the mortgage amortization schedule. It’s not until the end of the mortgage amortization that your payments even begin to pay down the principle (interesting how it’s set up that way… thanks bank!)
Now, why is that?
Well, that brings me to my next point…
Concept #2: Interest during your mortgage amortization is calculated on the principle balance. The more you owe, the more of your payment goes to the mortgage interest.
The good news is that if you understand these two things, you can REALLY take advantage of the situation. This is what they mean. Your mortgage amortization is like a train. A gigantic… heavy… slow… train. You see it takes a LONG time to get rolling, but if you do, the amount of interest you will save and how much you can speed up your mortgage amortization will absolutely blow you away.
To effectively cut your mortgage amortization schedule in half you need to jump start this train with a BANG.
Now, a lot of people talk about extra payments and prepayments, but the bottom line is, all those things are meaningless if your mortgage amortization train is already chugging. However, if you’re not at that point, you need to realize something. It may seem stressful and hard to think long term. But if you could truly realize how much interest and how many mortgage amortization payments you put into your pocket when you give up your extra money to the principle, you would be scrounging the sofa for pennies this very moment! You wouldn’t order pizza for a year. I’ll guarantee it.
A solid understanding of just those two concepts will really change the way you think. Ponder them for a while as you look at your mortgage amortization schedule.
The problem is that not all of us can afford to jump start the mortgage amortization schedule. The solution, a nice little mortgage loop hole that’s been intentionally left in the banking industry and in every one of our mortgage amortization schedules. So… I’ve put together a report that shows how it works. BUT you must first understand these concepts before you can begin to apply the mortgage amortization loop hole.
There is a report on this very thing. It’s the first of its kind, and you can check it out and start saving here: The Mortgage Loophole Report.
People are cutting their mortgage amortization schedules in half and have been saving over 84% interest by applying the loophole into their lives.