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Old 03-12-2015, 05:37 PM   #21
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Originally Posted by Rick and Mindy View Post
I agree with Dave. When money is cheap, take advantage of it. In a few years these loans may seem like pennies on the dollar. When inflation hits and the interest rates go back to 9 and 10% you'll love the idea of 2-4% mortgages and the cash you saved can then be placed in Certificates of Deposit that will pay higher rates than you are paying. I purchased many homes during the 70s through the 90s when the interest rates were typically 9 and 10%except in the mid 80s when they hovered around 18%! I hope 9 and 10% or higher never returns but historically, that's not the case.
I 100% agree. I always find it funny how some people insist on paying cash for something when loan rates are so low right now.
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