A Fixed-Rate Mortgage is a mortgage that has a static interest rate for the entire life of the loan, and offers a straightforward, consistent monthly payment. The distinctive factor of a fixed rate mortgage is that your interest rate will be defined at the time your mortgage is originated and will not change over the term of the loan. The consistent monthly payment and rate will allow you to better budget based on this fixed cost.
A Fixed-Rate Mortgage may be a good choice if you:
- Think interest rates could rise in the next few years and want to take advantage of current rates
- Prefer the stability of a fixed monthly interest payment rather than a payment that changes periodically (which is the case with an Adjustable-Rate Mortgage)
- Plan to stay in your home for many years
Feel free to contact us with any questions you may have regarding these loan products.
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