Do you have questions? We can help! You will find the answers to several frequently asked mortgage questions below.
Though there are many similarities with the features of adjustable rate mortgages, there are numerous options to choose from. One common feature of an adjustable rate mortgages is that they share an interest rate change that occurs after a stipulated number of payments have been made. The interest rate can increase or decrease depending on how the new predetermined index value and a margin. If a Mortgage Broker currently has an interest rate that is pending adjustment, the new rate would be calculated by adding the current index rate and a margin.
For example: If the mortgager's current rate was 6.000% with a 2.000% margin, the new rate would be determined by adding the current index rate (5.000% as an example) to the margin. In this example, the new interest rate would be 7.000%.
The maximum amount the interest rate can change during any adjustment period is usually fixed. This maximum adjustment is called a cap. Adjustable rate mortgages also have a lifetime cap, preventing the interest rate from exceeding a predetermined rate.
Escrows are payments made by a mortgager to a mortgage for the purpose of paying the mortgager's taxes, insurance, and other payments associated with home ownership. The mortgagee is responsible for the timely disbursement of escrow funds to pay the mortgagor's bills as they come due.
Usually, a mortgage company collects funds for placement into the mortgager's escrow account with the mortgager's periodic payment for principal and interest. An escrow account has sufficient funds if there is enough to pay all bills when they come due.
It is common practice for mortgage companies to hold an escrow cushion for a mortgager. The cushion is kept by the mortgage company to assure that if the cost of any escrowed item were to increase in the future, there would be sufficient funds to pay all bills as they come due.
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