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What is ADJUSTABLE RATE MORTGAGE (ARM)

A real estate loan whose interest rate is adjusted periodically to accomodate market rates. A limit is set as to how high or low it can be changed and how frequently. It starts with low interest and can change to attract buyers. AKA variable rate mortgage

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