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Which is better: Fixed or adjustable-rate mortgage?

It is a difficult decision to decide between a fixed and an adjustable-rate mortgage. Factors such as loan duration, the index used by the lender, the number and timing of rate adjustments, and your assumption about the increase/decrease of future interest rates all have an impact. Use this calculator to help compare the total cost of each alternative.

Mortgage Alternatives and Assumptions

Fixed-Rate Loan
(0% to 40%)
Adjustable-Rate Loan
(0% to 40%)
(Initial) annual interest rate
Number of years

Index Rate Detail

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Adjustable Rate Detail

Comparison Assumptions

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