Adjustable Rate Mortgage (ARM)
Whether you are thinking about purchasing a new home or refinancing your current house, an Adjustable-Rate Mortgage (ARM) can be a cost-effective choice. For many of our clients, adjustable-rate home loan options offer them the lowest rate available, potentially saving them thousands in the initial term of the loan.
Is an adjustable-rate loan right for you?
Are you looking for the lowest rate available offering the flexibility your budget requires? Are you looking to be in a home for only a handful of years (typically 5-7), or maybe upgrading your home in the near future? If you answered yes to any of these questions, an adjustable-rate mortgage option might be best for you.
ARM loans are not locked into one interest rate, making it a flexible option to reduce the cost of your mortgage. After a certain number of years, in which the rate remains fixed, your interest rate will shift based on the market. Interest rate caps are put in place so that your rate can only increase to a specified amount.
Benefits of an adjustable-rate loan
- These loans are offered with an initial low rate, which means lower monthly payments.
- Great option if you intend to refinance or sell your home in an expected time frame.
- The savings can be used to pay down other debt or anything else on your list.
- These loans allow you to put as little as 5% down (FHA 3.5%), or refinance up to 95% of your home’s value.
Why choose Lenox/WesLend?
At Lenox/WesLend Financial, we offer adjustable-rate home loan options because we know our clients’ needs vary. Our professional mortgage advisors can help you decide on an adjustable plan that is tailored to your financial situation. This means reduced costs you are comfortable with and a quick and simplified mortgage process!
See your goals through
Apply with Lenox/WesLend at today’s low rates! Take advantage of low-cost options, personalized customer service and achieve your homeownership goals, whatever they may be.
We offer the following options for adjustable-rate mortgages: