what would be your strategy in attacking these two loans and paying them off as quickly as possible?
I'm not so sure that paying them down asap is the best idea. Keep in mind that a 2-3% loan is right around the cost of inflation, so that is fine so long as you have income to make the payments. At that rate you do not profit from paying off.
You have a 3.25% loan. That's pretty reasonably close to the inflation rate, no emergency here.
You have a mortgage at 5%. You can deduct that from income tax, so the real rate is more like 4% or less. Still okay.
Bottom line - don't worry about "attacking" debt that only costs a percent or so above the rate of inflation. There are better ways to use money than that.