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3 Steps to Pay Off Your House Faster!

Pay off your home faster with the right mortgage.

There’s a lot of practical reasons to pay off your house but how do you do it? And how do you know if you’re paying off your house in the quickest way possible?

Debt-free homeownership starts here at Churchill Mortgage.

We get it, helping homeowners become debt-free is a strange thing to hear a mortgage company say. The thing is, we know the value of financial freedom—at Churchill, we’ve been operating without debt for over 26 years now. Helping you get on a path of debt-free homeownership isn’t just how we operate, it’s who we are. We’re here to set you up for success and work with you to align your mortgage with your financial goals.

We start by working on a plan that helps you not only get into a home you love, but out of debt as soon as possible. You’ll know the true cost (and savings) of your home loan options so you stay within your budget. And it doesn’t end there. We keep you informed of market and interest rate changes so you can adjust accordingly and remain on the best path for your situation after you buy your house.

Step 1: Talk with a Home Loan Specialist to figure out your financial goals and homeowner strategy plan.

Step 2: Set a time that works with your schedule to have your Home Loan Specialist go over your Churchill Checkup and ask questions.

Step 3: Compare your mortgage options to see your timeline of your mortgage payoff.

Paying off your mortgage is a big deal, and in our opinion, a very important part of homeownership! Being a mortgage-free homeowner is not only something that is achievable, but it’s attainable. One of the keys to owning your home free and clear is getting the right mortgage—the smarter mortgage.

Reach out to one of our Home Loan Specialists to help you get the right mortgage for your situation or apply today.

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