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Rates are on the rise; fix-in your adjustable-rate mortgage now.

If you currently have an adjustable-rate mortgage, now may be the best time to get it switched over to a longer term fixed-rate.

Rates look to be on the rise and the uncertainty of an adjustable-rate mortgage can be stressful if your payment goes up dramatically.

Here are some of the differences between fixed- and adjustable-rate mortgages.

A fixed-rate mortgage typically has a higher rate than an adjustable-rate mortgage.  Fixed-rate loans are fixed throughout the entire term of the loan and do not adjust.

An adjustable-rate mortgage (ARM) typically has a lower rate than a fixed-rate mortgage.  Adjustable-rate loans usually have a set fixed rate for an initial period and then adjust in intervals thereafter.  The interest rate can change during the life of the loan according to movements in an indexed rate.  These are sometimes referred to as AMLs (adjustable mortgage loans) or VRMs (variable-rate mortgages).

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