Renegotiate Rate Mortgage Rrm

Definition of "Renegotiate rate mortgage (RRM)"

Robert Cruz
Robert Cruz Watson Realty Corp

Also called a rollover mortgage. Provides a borrower with a fixed-rate mortgage that expires at a preestablished time, such as in four years. This permits the lender and borrower to renegotiate the mortgage rate periodically. The balance of the mortgage comes due in a balloon payment, but can be refinanced at 'going' interest rate. This type of mortgage helps the lender avoid being the cost of money. Here, at intervals such as 3 to 5 years, the loan is renewed at the prevailing rate

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