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Learn How to Quickly Build at Least $40,000 Worth of Home Equity and Pay Your Mortgage Off in 10 Years or Less...

Is the promise of Craig Romero, in Mortgage Cycling Revealed. In his popular e-book, Romero shows homeowners how they can greatly increase the equity in their home in a relatively short amount of time...without making bi-weekly payments.

You have undoubtedly received mail from your mortgage company telling you how to increase equity by making bi-weekly payments. Of course, the cost of these payments can put the squeeze on your budget in the months where you are required to make 3 payments. With Romero's plan, you need not worry about factors like that.

Take A Look At How Fast Mortgage Cycling Builds Your Home Equity

Biweekly Mortgage VS Mortgage Cycling
Equity After 1 Year $1,520 $14,061
Equity After 3 Years $4,900 $44,972
Equity After 5 Years $8,787 $74,179
Equity After 9 Years $18,397 $136,429
The above results are based on a $150,000, 30-year mortgage at 7% interest using exact examples shown in my report.


See how much more wealth you'll build with Mortgage Cycling versus a Biweekly Mortgage

Biweekly Mortgage VS Mortgage Cycling
Mortgage Paid Off 10.9 Years 23.9 Years
Interest Saved $144,603 $50,332
Interest Paid $64,659 $158,934
Total Paid $214,659 $308,934
Equity Built After 3 Years $44,972 $4,900
Creates Plan for Wealth Yes No
The above results are based on a $150,000, 30-year mortgage at 7% interest using exact examples shown in my report.


We encourage you to visit Craig's page to learn more about the award-winning Mortgage Cycling Revealed.
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