I am unmarried and works as a web developer. I have 3 years of mortgage payment remaining. I also have a fairly good amount in my bank accounts which I saved for past 5 years. I have 2 options before me. Either pay off remaining amount of mortgage payments or invest in something, most probably real estate. I am confused and even so when I read this article: northwoodmortgage.com/mortage-questions/should-you-pay-off-your-mortgage-or-invest
Can someone advise me to take a good decision?
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