Riverstwo wrote:I would put an ad in the paper and say "open space - garden for lease"
Many people who do not own land would love to have a garden
thorice wrote:Default User BR wrote:Why not go for a 15 year, or even a 10 year?
We want to keep the current option: low monthly, but the flexibility to pay off early.
JupiterJones wrote:I think you guys missed the last part of my post.
tomd37 wrote:Thanks for all the replies. I ended up using #Cruncher's method and I am satisfied with the resulting gain between the end of 2002 and end of 2012.
JupiterJones wrote:I was about to say the same thing. If you "don't borrow money any more", who cares what your credit score is?
inbox788 wrote:I tried to take out a 1.99% Penfed HEL last year, but things dragged out and fell through.
InvestorNewb wrote:I'm just going to do the opposite of what the forecasters are predicting.
Iorek wrote:Thanks. I think those are all points worth considering (but I am not sure I agree they amount to a general rule).
Watty wrote:If you had a paid of house would you take out a home equity loan just to invest it?
gips wrote: We refinanced our 4.25%, 10 year mortgage with a %1.99 five year fixed penfed hel. our balance is around $175k.
primus wrote:What's the different between VTSMX & VTI? I understand the expense ratio is better for the latter and its an ETF vs. index fund <I think>, but both seem to have the same investments?
DTSC wrote:I wouldn't go out and get a loan to invest in stocks (or stock mutual funds).