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What Is an Adjustable-Rate Mortgage?
Adjustable-rate mortgages have their own set of pros and cons. Learn what they are before you sign on the dotted line. Unlike a fixed-rate mortgage where the interest rate remains the same for the life of the loan, an adjustable-rate mortgage (ARM) has an interest rate that can increase or decrease several times during the mortgage term. ARM’s are riskier for the borrower, especially if interest rates take a significant uptick, but they are the right in many instances. Learn more about adjustable-rate mortgages and compare them to conventional fixed-rate mortgages before you start shopping for your dream home so that you go into the process with everything you need to know.
What Is a Fixed Rate Mortgage?
Ready to buy a home? Learn what a fixed-rate mortgage is and how it compares to its adjustable-rate mortgage counterparts. A fixed-rate mortgage, which is one of the most basic and popular types of mortgages, has an interest rate that is set when the loan is originated and does not change over time. “Fixed rate” only defines the type of loan and not the terms. For example, most fixed-rate mortgages have a duration of 15 or 30 years, but some lenders offer terms of 10, 20 or even 40 years. Occasionally, lenders offer fixed-rate mortgages with a term of five or seven years with a balloon payment for the balance due at the end. As you shop for your new home, learn more about fixed-rate and other types of mortgages so you are sure to make the right choice for your financial situation.