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    I'd use $10,000 to pay off the rest of our debt buy myself a dinning set and the rest would go towards a house deposit.

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    Given our current situation and house, I would spend $50k on renovating and put the other $50k in the mortgage.

    If my income situation was better, I would probably buy an investment property, but wouldn't at the moment as I would be worried about servicing the second loan.

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    I'd use 20k to buy myself a car and use the rest to put towards the mortgage. That would be a lovely situation to be in...

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    Plant it and grow more
    What, that wont work?
    Deposit on a house then I suppose.

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    I would pay for my landscaping (5k)
    Pay off some of mortgage (85k)
    Put rest in bank for savings (10k)

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    Buy myself a little $5000 dollar car and put the rest on a deposit on a house.

    Edit: I'd actually probably put 10-20k in a high interest savings account and use the rest on a deposit for a house.

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    I'd get a new kitchen, bathroom and floors, and I'd put the rest on the mortgage.

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    Half onto mortgage, the rest between renovations, bigger car and maybe a lil holiday.

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    House deposit all the way. In my neighbourhood that'd be the difference between affording a unit & a freestanding house.


 

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