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Take advantage of a lower rate with an Adjustable Rate Mortgage
ARM loan rates provide an opportunity for saving
Considering an adjustable rate mortgage? If you anticipate a significant increase in your income or
property value in the next several years, plan on staying in your home short-term, or would like to significantly
lower your payment, an ARM home loan might be right for you. As the name implies, Adjustable Rate Mortgages (ARMs) have interest rates
that change at a pre-determined frequency. Federally insured FHA ARM rates to refinance or buy a home are also available!
Why get an adjustable rate mortgage?
Save thousands in payments vs. a fixed rate loan during the initial period
Use the savings to pay down other debt or for whatever you like!
Great option if you intend to refinance or sell your home in an expected time frame
Put as little as 5% down (FHA 3%), or refinance up to 95% of your home's value
'Hybrid ARMs' are very popular, featuring an initial fixed-rate portion, which then changes to an adjustable rate for the remainder of the loan. Mortgage programs include: 3 Year ARM, 5 Year ARM, 7 Year ARM and 10 Year ARM. Also known as 3/1, 5/1, 7/1 and 10/1 ARMs, the first number indicates the time (in years) that the initial rate is fixed. The second number indicates how often the rate can adjust after the initial change.
Interest rate caps
What happens after the fixed-rate period ends? Once your loan enters its adjustable-rate period, interest rate caps are put in place. They identify the maximum amount your rate can increase, both at the end of each adjustment period, and over the life of the loan as a whole. Contact one of our licensed loan officers today for loan quotes, and find the right loan for you!
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