Definition of "Lock"

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Stephanie Hillebrand, Real Estate Agent Realty One Group

The number of days that the lender guarantees the loan's rate and terms. Without a written lock-in agreement, the lender is free to change the rate and terms at the time of loan closing. A slight increase in rate is commonly charged by lenders for lock-ins.

 

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