In late 2006, Kate set out on a journey to create a question and answer forum for homeowners and home buyers seeking mortgage financing. She named this forum Ask Kate and introduced it to the world on her website http://www.Get-
She called this empowerment, translating the secret language of mortgage lending. It's been a hit ever since.
But after the mortgage debacle occurred, many people began to look at debt differently. Some people felt they had been lured into the false belief that real estate prices would continue to rise and borrowing against their home would be easy. Most, if not all, thought of their home as a type of savings repository to tap into whenever cash was needed.
We all know how that turned out.
It wasn't long before Kate discovered many people were seeking ways to pay off their mortgage. In fact, one of the most trafficked pages on her website was an article about early mortgage pay-off, which led to her popular email course. But eventually Kate felt she could reach more people if she offered her knowledge within an ebook via Amazon.
In the introduction titled, "Why I Wrote this Book", she explains her motivation behind creating The Mortgage Freedom Project.
"Like a ball and chain around your leg, it’s no wonder that so many American families are living in debt and want to be liberated. The purpose of this little book is to help free people from the burden of mortgage debt, in fact, all debt if you like, by showing you my magical system to paying off your house easier and faster than you ever thought possible."
In the next chapter she goes on to say, "There are no tricks to what you are about to learn. This plan is completely scientific, a mathematical method for eliminating debt. Yet it’s so easy, the results feel magical."
Kate also clearly states that in order to pay off a mortgage faster and easier than most ever thought possible, homeowners won't need to find extra money. She'll show them how they already have the money they need to make her plan work.
Accordingly, readers won't need to incur the cost of refinancing to a shorter term. They can save that money and direct it toward Kate's mathematical system if they want to accelerate the plan.
Along these same lines, anyone who buys her book won't be required to make bi-weekly payments, which some proponents of mortgage acceleration recommend.
Just in case you're wondering, Kate won't advise the creation of dedicated accounts or buying special software. No purchases are necessary to implement her plan.
Certain mortgage relief programs require harsh and cruel sacrifices to reduce debt. But Kate knows that people rarely follow through with such dictatorial methods. Instead, she teaches a little known technique to help homeowners become mortgage free without sacrificing their current lifestyle.
Read more about The Mortgage Freedom Project at http://www.Get-