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Fixed Rate Mortgage Adjustable Rate Mortgage (ARM) Smart Choice 5/5 ARM
Best if you
  • Want a payment that will never change
  • Want to refinance to pay off your current loan faster—e.g. in 10, 15 or 20 years
  • Plan to stay in your home for many years
  • Want to maximize your buying power
  • Want lower payments during the first few years of your loan
  • Plan to move or pay-off your mortgage within the next ten years
  • Want the low rate of an ARM, but greater protection from potential payment increases
  • Want the option to pay absolutely nothing in closing costs
  • Plan to move or pay-off your mortgage within the next 5 to 10 years
Worth Noting Fixed rate loans generally have higher rates than adjustable rate loans, but your rate will never increase Your loan rate will not increase by more than a set amount each year (after the initial fixed-rate period). You are also protected by life-of-loan caps
  • Your loan rate will not increase by more than 2% every five years, or by more than 5% over the life of the loan*
  • Early closure penalty applies if you close the loan within the first 36 months
Down Payment** As little as 5% (Or, ask about our 80-10-10 with no PMI!) As little as 5% As little as 3%
Rate Lock 45 days 60 days 60 days
Satisfaction
Guarantee1
We’ll do it right or we’ll credit $500 to your savings account. Guarantee applies to 1st trust deed mortgage loans and must be requested within 30 days of loan funding. We’ll do it right or we’ll credit $500 to your savings account. Guarantee applies to 1st trust deed mortgage loans and must be requested within 30 days of loan funding. We’ll do it right or we’ll credit $500 to your savings account. Guarantee applies to 1st trust deed mortgage loans and must be requested within 30 days of loan funding.
Loan Terms Choice of 10, 15, 20, or 30 year terms Adjustable rate with an initial fixed rate period of 1, 3, 5, 7 or 10 years 30 year term. Rate is fixed for the first five years, and then adjusted every five years thereafter

* 1/1 or 3/1 ARM: The maximum amount your payment can increase after the fixed-rate period ends is 2% (and then 2% each year thereafter). Your rate will never increase by more than 6% over your initial rate for the life of your loan. A 20% down payment is required (we will finance up to an 80% loan to value).

* 5/1 or 7/1 ARM: The maximum amount your payment can increase after the fixed-rate period ends is 5% (and then 2% each year thereafter). Your rate will never increase by more than 5% over your initial rate for the life of your loan. A 10% down payment is required (we will finance up to a 90% loan to value).

* 5/5 ARM: The maximum amount your payment can increase after the fixed-rate period ends for a conforming loan (up to $424,100) is 2% (and then 2% each year thereafter). Your rate will never increase by more than 5% over your initial rate for the life of your loan. A 20% down payment is required (we will finance up to an 80% loan to value). Borrower must reimburse Logix for third-party fees if the loan is paid off during the first 36 months.

** Please ask us for details about different down payment options. Private mortgage insurance will be required for loans with less than 20% down.

1 Guarantee applies to 1st trust deed mortgage loans and must be requested within 30 days of loan funding.

 

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