Mortgage Interest Rate Index

The mortgage interest rate index is a benchmark that adjustable-rate mortgages (ARMs) base their fully indexed interest rates on. The fully indexed rate is the interest that borrowers will pay for their loan. To get this, the ARM index is added to the margin. There are several well-known indices that lenders can use to determine the rate for ARM loans.

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