In the long run, it may make sense for you to add a few extra dollars to each monthly payment.
Paying off your mortgage isn't as simple as it seems. For one thing, you have to account for taxes and insurance in your monthly payments. This calculator will help you figure out your amortization schedule -- that is, your payoff timetable. You can also determine what impact paying extra money each month toward principle will have on your loan length and interest charges.
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