An ARM provides an opportunity to get into a new home at a lower rate, with the rate fixed for an initial period of 3, 5, 7 or 10 years. After this period, the rate can increase annually.
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Example of how an ARM is calculated: On a $230,000, 5/1 ARM amortized over 30 years with an initial interest rate of 3.250% with an annual percentage rate of 3.927%, after fixed-period of 5 years the rate may increase annually; individual adjustments are capped at 2% first, 2% subsequent and rate can never increase by more than the lifetime cap of 5%. Finance charges include $850 origination fee, $6.70 flood certification fee and $72 tax service fee. Additional closing costs apply. A payment example would be as follows based on a fully-capped interest rate of the loan: Years 1-5 at 3.250% rate with a payment of $1,000.97, Year 6 at 5.250% rate with a payment of $1,230.89, Year 7 at 7.250% rate with a payment of $1,476.90 and Years 8-30 at 8.250% rate with a payment of $1,603.92. The monthly payment may change when the interest rate on an adjustable rate mortgage is reset. After the initial fixed-rate period, your interest rate can increase annually according to the market index. Current index (LIBOR 12 month) as of Dec 6, 2019 is 1.923%. The current index plus Margin rounded to the nearest 0.125 is 4.125%. Any change may significantly impact your monthly payment. Rate payment example does not include costs of insurance and taxes; therefore, the actual payment obligation may be higher.