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adjustable-rate mortgage


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(ARM)

A mortgage in which the interest rate is adjusted at periodic intervals, usually to reflect the prevailing rate of interest in the money markets. Borrowers are sometimes protected by a cap, or ceiling, above which the interest rate is not allowed to rise.

Subjects: Economics.


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