For this episode, we are talking about all things mortgages. I recently closed on my new home and I wanted to discuss with you all the topic of whether or not mortgages are a great way to force savings. 

Mortgages are often thought of as a big liability but there are quite a few reasons why having a mortgage is very beneficial from a savings standpoint. Learn more by checking out this week’s podcast. 

 

Now, let’s look at what we discussed in this episode:

  • The questions a typical physician asks themselves whether or not they have enough to retire and live comfortably. 
  • How and why a mortgage is a great way to build long-term wealth. 
  • How having a home mortgage affects your net worth. 

Here’s a breakdown of how this episode unfolds…

[2:20]
The probing questions a typical physician asks themselves when they are in the later years of their career. 

[4:25]
Why a mortgage is a great way to build long-term wealth. 

[7:00]
The biggest deduction you can make on your mortgage. 

[10:50]
What allowed my savings and investments in my own home to be a bit more liquid. 

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