Margin Financial Glossary

What is it? The amount or percentage added to the index at each adjustment to determine the borrowers new interest rate. Margins are generally fixed for the term of the loan and are based on the lenders estimated expenses and profit goals. Index rate + Margin = Interest Rate.

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