There's a chance you could save significant amounts of money each month with an adjustable rate mortgage.
If rates are low, this type of mortgage might be an attractive option to you.
When you get an adjustable rate mortgage, your rate will not change for 1, 3, 5 or 7 years. After that, the interest rate resets to the current rate and fluctuates. This means your payments could end up being higher or lower than during that initial time period. We'll help you calculate all the scenarios so you can see the possible benefits.
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