Mortgage free: Homeowner shares 'secret' which enabled her to pay off mortgage by age 42

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MORTGAGE repayments are a significant outgoing which many homeowners may want to rid themselves of sooner rather than later. One homeowner has shared her story on becoming mortgage free at age 42. ▶ Full story on
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