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There are plenty of things to do before putting your home on the market.
While this one is optional it’s especially good to consider if you’ve lived in your home for
a long time or you have an older home.
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Mortgage rates continue to trend down. Which means it’s still a great time to buy a home.
With just a few months left, why not end 2021 by becoming a homeowner?
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Buying a home doesn’t have to cost an ARM and a leg upfront. When it comes to financing your property purchase, there are many types of mortgages available, one of which comes with particularly low initial payments.
Today I’ll be covering the topic of adjustable rate mortgages (ARMs), as well as their advantages and potential pitfalls.
Adjustable rate mortgages, sometimes referred to as variable-rate mortgages or tracker mortgages, differ a bit from your standard home loan. The main (& most important) difference- their adjustable interest rate.
This means that over the duration of paying off your mortgage, it’s likely that the interest rate will periodically fluctuate. This will affect the amount of your monthly payments and will depend on the index (a benchmark that reflects the general condition of the market) and a margin (a percentage determined by the lender and agreed on during the application process).
You may be wondering why you’d want to take the gamble with an adjustable rate mortgage, but there are some advantages to the borrower.
While there are some advantages to taking out an adjustable rate mortgage over a loan with a fixed rate, there are also some things to keep in mind.
Before signing the dotted line, here are some things to consider:
Looking to learn more about the ins and outs of ARMs? Contact me today to get in touch with a trusted lender.