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Adjustable Rate Mortgage (ARM)
Variable or adjustable loans are loans whose interest rate fluctuates over the period of the loan.
the mortgage rate:
new rate = index + margin
The new rate is also influenced by the adjustment caps and the lifetime caps.
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