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How much mortgage do you pay per month and what's your income?

(44 Posts)
Chocolateyescakeyes Sun 11-Feb-18 20:35:13

I know there are lots of variables but just being nosey and wondering, what everyone pays for their mortgage every month? How does this compare to your (combined if have a partner) monthly take home pay?
I pay £700 on mortgage (plus £250 overpayment) and have combined income of £3700 after tax, childcare vouchers etc. Thanks!

JeansAndANiceTop Sun 11-Feb-18 20:36:35

£363 pm. After tax I earn £1400.

Magpie24 Sun 11-Feb-18 20:37:56

Mortgage is £1500 a month. We overpay by £1500. So £3000. Combined income of £9000.

ihatethecold Sun 11-Feb-18 20:39:01

Income approx 4K
Mortgage of £750 a month.

PickAChew Sun 11-Feb-18 20:40:01

About 550 and 3300. Just moved in and doing expensive stuff with the remains of our savings, So no overpayments just yet.

cantseemtohaveitall Sun 11-Feb-18 20:40:21

Mortgage payments about to go up to £950 approx. Household income approx £4,500 per mth after tax

dun1urkin Sun 11-Feb-18 20:40:57

Net income circa 4k, mortgage 1k

thatstoast Sun 11-Feb-18 20:43:52

3k net, payments of 400pcm.

Fairylea Sun 11-Feb-18 20:44:03

Income £3200 ish, mortgage £400. We don’t worry about overpaying. We just pay the monthly agreed amount and enjoy what’s left over after that and all the bills have gone out!

RavenLG Sun 11-Feb-18 20:45:38

Combined income around £3k. £600pcm but will start overpaying £100/200 soon

treaclesoda Sun 11-Feb-18 20:45:51

Net income is approximately £3k per month. Mortgage is £430.

Cassimin Sun 11-Feb-18 20:47:22

Approx £4000 income.
Mortgage £270.
Nearly finished, can't wait.

PissedOffNeighbour Sun 11-Feb-18 20:47:24

After tax income c£6,000 and only £8k left on mortgage - will be paid off soon smile

Coolaschmoola Sun 11-Feb-18 20:47:44

Net income £3.5k, mortgage £350.

minniem0use Sun 11-Feb-18 20:50:09

Net combined income 13k per month, mortgage 3k pm

ihatethecold Sun 11-Feb-18 22:01:19

Wow. Minnie. Do you have an amazing job?

Raver84 Mon 12-Feb-18 06:13:10

Joint income after tax 3200. Mortgage is 1200.

ManagedTeaCups Mon 12-Feb-18 06:16:05

Dh income 1800 and mortgage is 700

ShottaSherrif Mon 12-Feb-18 06:23:18

Joint income of £7k per month after tax and other deductions. Mortgage is £1k per month - we shortened the term by a few years on the last renewal so it went up. We'll also make at least a £10k overpayment this year.

roseannaleeXo Mon 12-Feb-18 06:37:51

Joint income of 6,000 or 7,000 after tax I need to get into this work field hmm

converseandjeans Mon 12-Feb-18 06:44:26

Joint income after tax about £3300 and mortgage £950.

Carakanga Mon 12-Feb-18 06:48:05

Joint 3400. Mortgage 1000. We will be mortgage free in 10 years.
Ooh and childcare costs 1000 a month which is really annoying.

Magmatic80 Mon 12-Feb-18 06:56:48

Joint about £2.7k after tax etc. Mortgage £700 but we overpay to make it £850.

ReallyLowDay Mon 12-Feb-18 06:58:14

Income £2500 per month, mortgage £610. Just me, no partner.

jinglymum Mon 12-Feb-18 08:30:44

My income £1700 after tax and mortgage is £380 per month

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