Home mortgages don’t really lend themselves to humor, but that won’t stop us from trying. Here are a few of the best/worst mortgage and finance jokes.
Mortgages are serious business, but sometimes we all need a laugh. The thing is, mortgage loans don’t necessarily lend themselves to humor. Keep reading for more terrible (or awesome) mortgage and finance jokes…
Why did the mortgage lender go out of business?
Lack of interest.
It doesn’t seem right to me that only one company makes the game Monopoly.
A guy walks into a bar and orders a round of drinks for everyone. He announces, “I just made my last mortgage payment, and we’re celebrating!”
“Congratulations on paying off your mortgage,” another patron says.
The man shakes his head. “Oh, don’t get me wrong, I still owe $422,378. But today’s payment was the last one I’m gonna make.”
The darkest time in my life was when I couldn’t pay my electricity bill.
I asked the bank for a new account. My old one kept running out of money.
I worry about my friend who just broke up with his fiancée. He also stopped paying his mortgage. He says he did it foreclosure.
Why is money also called “dough”?
Because we all knead it.
They say that money talks, but all mine ever seems to say is “Later, dude.”
The loan officer approved of my plan to buy land for a horse farm. He said the investment seemed stable.
I’m determined to get a mortgage loan that doesn’t require a down payment. I don’t care how much it costs me.
My landlord said she wanted to talk to me about what she calls my “ridiculously high” power bill. I told her I’d be home all summer and my door is always open.
Did you know that Post Ma’loan used to work for a mortgage servicing company as a mortgage statement mailer?
A bank advertises that it offers mortgage loans with no interest.
Customer: "Hello, I’d like to apply for a mortgage."
Bank employee: "Yeah, whatever."
If you need to borrow money from someone, ask a pessimist. They won’t expect to get it back.
I won $5 million in the lottery. I decided to take a quarter of it and apply it to my mortgage. Now I only have $4,999,999.75 left.
Getting a mortgage can be fun!
“Fun” is typically the last word that people would associate with the mortgage world. The Wood Group of Fairway not only makes the process bearable, but sometimes even enjoyable! We promise to go easy on the puns.
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