You’re overpaying on your mortgage and there is a better deal waiting for you.
Sure, doing something about it is on your to do list – but how long has it already been there?
I get it, your life is busy and just seems to keep on getting busier.
Your 9 to 5 work days have long gone (if they ever existed in the first place) and you are expected to be on call 24 – 7.
When did answering work emails at halftime of your kids rugby match become the norm?
The kids are growing up so fast and every turn they need something new, you feel like you’re haemorrhaging cash.
“Dad I need I new computer” it seems the school’s homework is now all online.
So much for limiting the screen time.
“Hey Mum, I just made the school band. I’m now playing drums" - his 3rd instrument since starting school - "I need a drum kit”.
It’s semi-controlled chaos, but you wouldn’t have it any other way.
It’s no wonder that even though you know your overpaying your bank, you just haven’t found the time to do anything about it.
On top of that, the process seems so complicated that you just don’t know where to start.
You tell yourself that maybe the savings aren’t enough for you to worry about it.
But, deep down inside you know it.
You could use every last cent of the savings. No matter how much you earn you always find a way to spend it.
Plus you’d rather it in your pocket than the banks.
Trust me, I feel your pain – I’ve been there.
Even I became complacent on my mortgage and overpaid.
At the time, I was a private banker for one of the Big Four and naturally I just got my loan from my employer…. because as a banker that’s what you do.
I didn’t shop around or consult a broker even though I knew there were better deals on offer elsewhere.
I took the easy option and then, even worse, life happened and I let my mortgage kick along in the background for way too long without any further thought.
Thankfully, one day at work I spent 15 minutes crunching the numbers and it wasn’t a great surprise to discover that even though I was on staff rates I could do much better elsewhere.
This certainly didn’t sit well with me.
So, I decided to do something about it.
Debt free 7 ½ years earlier and $170,909.48 in interest set to be saved.
Not bad for an initial 15-minute investment of my time.
That was 2015, fast forward to 2018 where I have my own business where I advise people like you how to implement the TIDE Strategy, slashing years off your mortgage and consistently
saving six figures in unnecessary interest costs.
What’s even better is that this service is free to you.
You see the banks default repayment structure, the one you no doubt was put on when you took out your mortgage, ensures you’ll repay the most amount of interest over the
longest possible period.
And the icing on the cake is that the banks are offering new customers much better deals than their loyal longstanding customers.
And the difference is widening at an alarming rate.
Our two part strategy flips the default structure on its head, allowing you to dictate your own repayment structure, slashing years off your mortgage and ensures you’re not overpaying.
Savings of $5,000 to $10,000 and more per year are not uncommon for my clients.
Upgrading holidays, helping with school fees, boosting your safety net or paying down your mortgage are a few of the things that my clients put the savings towards.
What would you do with an extra $5,000 to $10,000 a year in your pocket?
If you’d like to learn more watch our video where I’ll explain the strategy in more detail.
I’m basically giving you the strategy for free. You could implement it yourself…
If you have the time.