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5 YEARS AGO BROUGHT A HOUSE FOR 171,000 WITH A DOWN PAYMENT OF 30,000 MAKING ME BORROW 141,000 WITH AN INTEREST RATE OF 5.75% OVER 25 YRS. HOW MUCH MORE MONEY WILL I NEED TO PAY TO PAY OFF IN 20YRS, AND WILL IT BE WORTH IT CAUSE I ONLY HAVE A $100 LEFT OVER NOW WITH CURRENT EXPENSES.

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