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Vendor: Thomas Nelson
Publication Date: 2010
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LEARN TO SHOP FOR AND MANAGE YOUR MORTGAGE UNTIL YOU HAVE ELIMINATED ITONCE AND FOR ALL!
Mind Your Own Mortgage empowers homeowners to shop for a mortgage as if it were a commodityas easy as buying a gallon of gasand enables them to eliminate their mortgage debt by revealing inside information used to keep them enslaved to the mortgage industry. Mind Your Own Mortgage changes the gameputting you in charge:
- Shop with confidencean exclusive system helps you make decisions based on the best price
- Identify slick sales gimmicks and lender manipulation
- Refinance only when it makes sense for younot for the mortgage company
- Eliminate your mortgage in record timeso your retirement years include retirement
A SOUND MORTGAGE = A SOUND ECONOMY
Stocked with compelling real-life scenarios, budgeting tips, and handy financial tools, Mind Your Own Mortgage is a timely wake-up call for homeowners and a candid decree that the American dream is still possibleif we dramatically rethink the way we finance our homes.
ITS TIME TO MIND YOUR OWN MORTGAGE.
Whether youre getting a new mortgage, refinancing an old one, or dealing with the mortgage you have already, you wont find a better mortgage coach than my friend, Rob Bernabé. Mary Hunt, personal finance expert, best-selling author, and CEO of Debt-Proof LivingFinally, consumers have what they need to hold any mortgage provider accountable. ?R. Jarret Lilien, founder and managing partner of Bendigo Partners and former president and COO of E*Trade Financial
Mike5 Stars Out Of 5July 20, 2010MikeIf you are planning to buy for the first time or have bought several homes; this is a must see! It breaks everything down to the most minute detail and is a book that will help you explain to others how to wisely choose, manage, and pay off your existing mortgage quicker. Disclosure Note: Thomas Nelson has been gracious enough to give me a complimentary copy of this book for review purposes. The opinions expressed are my own.
Mrs. W.5 Stars Out Of 5June 15, 2010Mrs. W.Personally, I have purchased 2 homes and 2 investment properties over the years. I know quite a bit about mortgages, how financing works, and how to get deals. I also know how to buy from a business stand-point, rather than from a foolish (and dangerous) emotional stand-point. With this background in mind, I thought this would be a fun book to read. I thought it would be about the current mortgage crisis and offer a way to help, those who are suffering, out of their drowning debt. Well, it was all this and more! I was amazed with Rob's concern, understanding and his inspiring ideas about money, spending and budgeting in general.While you will get a great education about mortgages, in this book, you will also learn about finances in all areas of life. Here are some highlights:1. "Everything you buy is going to go out of fashion, fade away, rust, or end up in the junk heap." (p. 73)2. "What led to the credit crisis in the first place is financially irresponsible living. Let's not blame the system - we're the ones who should have said no and saved for a rainy day." (p. 47)3. "A society that doesn't live within its means eventually has to pay the price." (p. 44)4. "Unfortunately, mortgages are delivered through a system that will trap you in perpetual debt if you allow yourself to be caught off guard."5. "Instant gratification is your enemy, and a slow and steady pace is your friend." (p. 14)This book is 300 pages and a wealth of knowledge. I highly recommend it!
Sean H.4 Stars Out Of 5May 26, 2010Sean H.Who isnt a little confused when it comes to mortgages? In this book, the author breaks down the behind-the-scenes action of what goes into a mortgage and how to make sure you realize your options. As Americans, we take a lot of things for granted, but this area can definitely be the most costly decision you will ever make, so make it wisely!Robert Bernabes Mind Your Own Mortgage is a thorough guide for anyone looking to buy a home or those interested in refinancing their current loan. At times it was almost too much information. I wish I had known this before purchasing my home and will recommend this as required reading for all my friends when they go to buy their first home. The only drawback to the book I see is that you have to be interested in finance or this book wont hold your attention for long. But trust me, it is worth the read, it could literally save you thousands of dollars!Disclosure Note: Thomas Nelson has been gracious enough to give me a complimentary copy of this book for review purposes. The opinions expressed are my own.
Carl S5 Stars Out Of 5May 5, 2010Carl SThis is a must read for anyone in the market for a new mortgage, anyone looking to refinance an existing mortgage, or anyone who thinks they ever will be. I wish I had this to read before I committed to a mortgage because it is honest and insightful. There is so much great information in this book, and it takes you from the very first steps (before you ever walk into a bank), right through to how and why you should pay off your mortgage. With the rampant excessive consumerism that has led our country to financial crisis, it is imperative that we educate ourselves about one of the biggest debts most people will ever take on. I know I personally feel bombarded with messages that communicate that I should buy, buy, buy.even those things I can not afford. It is so easy to get sucked into that mentality, and find yourself drowning in debt. And the really sad part is that the things that put us in debt fail to provide any level of joy or comfort that could ever compare to the level of stress that living in debt causes. The author of this book is a voice of wisdom in this culture of excess. He provides both basic information on mortgage loans, as well as up to date details particular to the crisis we are currently in. If you already have a mortgage, this book provides great advise and practical tips on how to pay your mortgage off in the most financially intelligent way possible. If you want to be in control of your mortgage instead of feeling like it has control over you, this book will help. I received this book free from Thomas Nelson Publishers in exchange for a fair and impartial review.