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Your Mortgage and How to Pay It Off in 5 years by Someone Who Did it in 3

3.49 of 5 stars 3.49  ·  rating details  ·  45 ratings  ·  6 reviews
A guide to paying off your mortgage and saving lots of money paid as interest. It discusses how to save the deposit, how to secure the right loan, how to find the right house or flat, how to get it at the right price, and how to make it all yours.
Published 2001 by Random House Publishing (first published 1999)
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Neville Ridley-smith
Nothing new. And written before a huge bubble when stuff was cheap as!
This was written a little while ago so is a little out of date but no matter, I still picked up some little handy hints and if you pick up just one then I say it's worth the read.

Favourite quote - her dad said about sales, why by something on sale and save 50% when you can not buy it and save 100% - or words to that effect - love it!

Really really quick read - probably because it's something I'm interested in and also Anita writes really well, it's so conversational and an easy read.
Paul Vanderloos
Anita demonstrates in this book that with some judicial budgeting and work, it is possible to pay off your house mortgage in just a short time. I can attest to her house being a place where a writer can certainly be inspired, as it is in a rural area and peaceful. This was her first book, I believe, before she eventually tackled fiction, and with success.
Adam Moore
Good book with some good concepts and ideas mainly on saving and budgeting. The rise in home prices compared to incomes in the last decade make this less realistic then when it was written but it followed to the letter would definitely mean paying off your home loan much sooner.
Kim Wilson
When I first read this in 2003 my eyes were opened to all the financial things I had the power to do, if I could get my act together to buy a house.
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