Now There are MORE Ways to Become Mortgage Free!
United First Financial has listened to your concerns. First, if you do not want to apply for a Home Equity Line of Credit to help pay off your mortgage, there is also a credit card option.
Second, there are now three ways to pay for the Money Merge Account Program. You can pay for the full amount, you can make a down payment of $2,000 and then pay $75 per month, OR, you can now make a down payment of $250 and make monthly payments of $95.47!
And, with the way the Money Merge Account Program works, it will manage your payments and help you pay off your mortgage at the same time. I know, I have been using the Money Merge Program for about six months and I ONLY have six years left on my 15 year mortgage.
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Become Mortgage Free
If you own a home, your mortgage is probably the biggest debt you have. However, rarely are we given advice to pay down this debt. What if I told you that you could payoff your mortgage in as little as 1/3 to 1/2 of the time? I know it sounds too good to be true, but it is.
A Money Merge Account is helping thousands of people today to pay down their mortgages. This is an online program that incorporates your checking and savings accounts with a Home Equity Line of Credit (HELOC). You won't have to refinance your existing mortgage or increase your minimum monthly mortgage payments. The system works by determining the specific timing of principal transfers to your mortgage to produce the quickest payoff time and highest interest savings.
All information on this website is provided by Cecile Pryor, Independent Software Agent of United First Financial, Agent #840937.
United First Financial, its software agents and subsidiaries provide Internet web based software and support services. United First Financial does not provide accounting, tax, legal, real-estate, mortgage, or investment advice. Interested parties should seek and consult with persons or entities licensed and qualified in those areas for advice relating to those matters. United First Financial is not liable or responsible for claims or representations made by any party which are not included in the Money Merge Account Limited Guarantee.