I just can't with this board anymore.
Answer: if you make the payments on time, yes, it is worth it. As long as there are positive risk-free rates of return in the market, there is no other correct answer.
xiosen wrote:I am not entirely sure why you think I am "cranky"?
NoVa Lurker wrote:Is it excessively risky to take out a $200k mortgage with a $200k annual household income?
ThatGuy wrote:No, you should only buy at 2x the lower of the two incomes assuming you can pay it off on a 15 year note. You never know what might happen and you should plan for the Great Depression II just in case.
donaldfair71 wrote:Even though our mortgage is high for two teachers (182K @ 2.675 for 20 yrs, 1 year in),
Cut-Throat wrote:$24 - AOL internet Cost - Dial up 100 kbps
Bogle101 wrote:28.5 years old
~80k in taxable mutual funds
~15K in stocks and etfs
~50k in 401(k)
~50k in Roth IRA
I fear im behind the curve as well.