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I would pay it off.

Given the loan amount it is possible that you are receiving no or limited tax benefit from the interest payments. As the standard deduction increases each year, the tax value of the interest deduction decreases.

It is a significant feeling of freedom to know that the mortgage company is out of your life. My mortgage was sold several times. One company every year "lost? the insurance information and tried to force us to pay for their "insurance". I have never regretted paying off our mortgages.

Debra
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