Variable rate mortgage

Variable rate mortgages are a form of financing, secured by real estate, which carries an interest rate that may change over the life of the loan. The interest rate on an ARM is calculated by adding interest to a benchmark. For example if the benchmark is the prime  rate, the ARM may be calculated as “Prime plus 5%.” Also referred to as an adjustable-rate mortgage.
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