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Adjustable-Rate Mortgage

What is it?

The adjustable-rate mortgage is a loan with an interest rate that is fixed for an established number of years then resets and changes up or down regularly, per the terms of the loan. 

Program Details:

Adjustable-Rate Mortgage Loans come with interest rate floors and ceilings, referred to as caps. An Adjustable-Rate Mortgage cap protects both you and your lender. The floor protects lenders from losing money. The ceiling marks protect you from paying an unreasonable rate if the index quickly climbs. 

Benefits of an Adjustable-Rate Mortgage:


Benefits the Borrower

Adjustable-Rate Mortgages benefit the borrower when the interest rate is higher than in previous years and deemed likely to drop to a more affordable level in the future.

Starts at a Lower Rate

Adjustable-rate mortgages usually start at a lower percentage rate than fixed-rate mortgages. If you plan to pay off your mortgage fast, the adjustable-rate might not have time to change.

Move Frequently

If your job needs you to move frequently or if you plan to sell your house within a few years of purchase, rather than keeping it forever, then an Adjustable-Rate Mortgage is the perfect choice for you.

Lower Rates Without Refinancing

You will have the benefit of lowering rates without refinancing. You will not have to pay a new set of closing costs and fees.

Documents Needed:

    Income Tax Returns, W-2 & 1099 Statements, and Pay-Check Stubs
    Self-Employed Income Tax Returns and YTD Profit & Loss Statements for self-employed borrowers
    Retirement account statements, 401k, Mutual Funds, Money Market, Stocks, etc. 
    Drivers License, Social Security Card, Any Divorce, Palimony or Alimony or Child Support papers, Green Card or Work Permit if applicable, Any homeownership papers
    Bank and Credit Card statements