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Mortgage Payment & House Chart

May 6th, 2014 at 07:37 am

Payment posted today bring my total mortgage down to $50,431.08!

Getting close to my goal of $50,000. I am sure I am going to go way past it by the end of the year, which is great.

Borrowing an idea from another blogger on here I created my own house chart to be a visual motivator on how much I have left.

Click on the picture to make it larger.



I am not 100% sure I did it right, or if the math is right. lol. But I am going to trust it is for now. It will be fun to watch the squares fill up and see the years tick down!

Please note the percentage done is the percentage of payments, not the percentage of the balance.

Window guy is going to fix the window, and we can go ahead and put our trim up. Praise the Lord!

5 Responses to “Mortgage Payment & House Chart”

  1. Beawealthywarrior Says:

    Great job, I love filling in the blocks every month, especially when I get enough snowflakes to make a difference Smile. I talked to my friend and she is willing to share the excel with you. Do you want to send me your email and I can link you guys up. her name is Veronica and she's more than willing to answer any question you may have. She's the best!!

  2. klarose Says:

    I think I will just use mine for now. I may contact you later though if I have questions. Thanks for the great idea! I am doing mine slightly different than yours, but I think they are almost the same.

  3. Beawealthywarrior Says:

    Also congrats for almost being under 50K! I reached that milestone a few months back and the balance does seem to drop quicker now Smile

  4. snafu Says:

    Wow! love it, the house chart is brilliant. I hope it's ok to suggest you add any/all updates, upgrades, resultant costs and time when you've done the work . We've found that helpful when we were pricing a home for re-sale. I'm mentioning it because we'd forgotten we had insulation blown in on possession date, before we'd even moved in.

  5. klarose Says:

    Oh we have already put so much time and money into the house I honestly dont even know how much at this point. I wish I would have written it down, but it was just so many little purchases. My best guess is $15,000. But, again just guessing.

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