Since the rental has the smaller balance

27,000 vs 66,000 – I would work on paying off the rental after the car.

Of course, roll the car payment that is done into the payments….increase the size of the snowball.

Then, when that one is done—work on the 66,000 one—-all rent coming in + old car payment amount would be extra snowball at that point.

Way to get the snowball rolling.

Lizabeth—who is mortgage free– but working on her pain in the patootie student loan.

That’s what I’m leaning toward

I know I’m supposed to pay the residence before the rental, but the rental is such a small amount….
My dad does pay rent and doesn’t know we plan on selling the house. I don’t want him to feel like we want him out. We don’t. So I think – unless I find out something different between now and then – I will start plowing down the rental.