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Type

Description

Payment Structure

Balance Increase

Risk

Reward

15 Yr Fixed
Mortgage

For those who prefer the security
of fixed payments. Builds equity
quickly, but costs more per month
than a 30 yr. fixed rate mortgage

Payments remain fixed for
entire loan term.
Independent of market
conditions

None – Buyer pays interest
& mortgage each month –
balance decreases by
payment

Stability and protection
from volatile market
interest rates. Allows the
buyer to make steady,
calculated payments

30 Yr Fixed
Mortgage

For those who prefer the security
of fixed payments. Builds equity
quickly, but costs more per month
– less than a 15 yr. fixed rate
mortgage

Payments remain fixed for
entire loan term.
Independent of market
conditions

None – Buyer pays interest
& mortgage each month –
balance decreases by
payment

Adjustable
Rate
Mortgage

Interest rate paid adjusts at a
specified time & frequency.
Typically offer lower initial rate
than a 30 yr. fixed.

Payments stay the same for
initial period and adjust with
market trends

None – Buyer pays interest
& mortgage each month –
balance decreases by
payment

Fixed OR Adjustable rate
mortgages where you have the
option of paying interest for a
specified term 5-10 years. After
initial term, mortgage switches to
fully amortizing mortgage for the
remainder of the loan

Buyer has the option of
paying only interest, or both
interest & principal. At the
end of the interest only
period, payments increase
greatly

None – if you choose to
pay interest each month
the balance doesn’t
decrease either.

Generally - risk
averse. Buyer
misses out if
interest rates
decline and has to
restructure to take
advantage.
Generally - risk
averse. Buyer
misses out if
interest rates
decline and has to
restructure to take
advantage.
If rates skyrocket
you will pay a large
increase when
adjustment occurs.
Considered riskier
than fixed
mortgages.
If your house does
not appreciate in
value, refinancing
is harder. It could
leave you with very
high mortgage
payments.

(ARM)
Interest Only
Mortgage

Stability and protection
from volatile market
interest rates. Allows the
buyer to make steady,
calculated payments.

Typically have lower
initial rate than fixed
mortgages. Allows for a
higher budget on a home
in the short term. If rates
drop, so will your
payments.
This type of loan provides
flexibility to the buyer as
you determine which
aspects you are paying in
the short term. Also,
lower initial payments
leave more room for
home purchasing.


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