With an adjustable rate mortgage, the adjustment interval rate states the time difference between the change in the interest rate and the time when the monthly payments change to reflect the move. This term is normally expressed in such a format as 3/1, meaning the initial rate is fixed for 3 years and thereafter is adjusted every year.
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