September 17th

Hi Fuji - two ways to do this - one - using the 'mortgage payoff' calculator at this link: and the 2nd way is similar - use the same link above but use the calculator titled 'mortgage calculator with taxes and insurance' and produce a complete amortization schedule - and you can review the principle balance as you pay ahead and correlate what the lender shows is your remaining balance to see your progress and to ensure your mortgage servicer is giving you the proper credit for all payments made since the inception of the loan. It is not uncommon for folks with poor records to think they are nearing the end - but the mortgage servicer is saying you owe thousands more and without good proof of your payments - have no way to refute the servicer's demands for additional payments.
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