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Cold Pizza
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re: In debt to well off in 1 year

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You don't have to stop being a tightass once you're out of debt. Keep the hammer down. In time your investment returns will be enough to support the lifestyle of an OT Baller. Like me.
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LSUGUMBO
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Shreveport, LA
Member since Sep 2005
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re: In debt to well off in 1 year
When my wife and I moved in together, she was about $20K in Credit card debt. We committed every spare dollar we had and paid it all off plus some in just over a year. It was a very gratifying feeling. Congrats to you, man.


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fishfighter
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Member since Apr 2008
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re: In debt to well off in 1 year
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At this point it's conceivable for me to save upwards of 50% down payment on a home depending on how the market does in the next 5-15 year. I'd like to not buy a home at all while I'm in the military but that can change depending on several factors


With intrest rates were they are at, one would be crazy NOT to buy a house now. The future will show that rates will be going back up in the 7% range in the next 3-4 years.


Blakely Bimbo
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re: In debt to well off in 1 year
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The future will show that rates will be going back up in the 7% range in the next 3-4 years.


If interest rates rise, then the selling price of housing will fall. Interest rates can't rise that much without blowing up the whole economy.


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