# Rate

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Is a company: no

Is a proper noun: no

### Synonyms

• interest rate
• mortgage rate

### Definition of Rate

1. An amount of a charge, either expressed as a percentage of, or a fee relative to some basis.
2. In relation to mortgage, it is the percentage paid by a borrower for the use of money which is generally expressed as an annual percentage.

### Related Terms and Acronyms

• Monthly Periodic Rate Definition,
• The interest rate factor used to calculate the interest charges on a monthly basis. The factor equals the yearly rate divided by 12.
• The difference between the interest rate a bank charges a borrower and the interest rate a bank pays a depositor.
• Rate Lock-in Definition,
• A written agreement in which the lender guarantees the borrower a specified interest rate, provided the loan closes within a set period of time.
• Note Rate Definition,
• The percentage paid by a borrower for the use of money, usually expressed as an annual percentage on a promissory note.
• Variable Rate Mortgage (VRM) Acronym, Very Important,
• Home loan in which the interest rate is changed periodically based on a standard financial index. Also called an "Adjustable-rate Mortgage."
A type of mortgage loan offered by brokers and lenders.
• Capitalization Rate Definition,
• An estimated percentage rate of return that a property will produce on the owner's investment.
• Mortgage Rate Definition, Very Important,
• The interest rate on a mortgage loan.
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• Interest Rate (IR) Acronym, Very Important,
• The rate a lender charges an individual to borrow money.
• Amortization Table Definition,
• A mathematical formula used to calculate monthly mortgage payments based on the borrowed loan amount, the interest rate, and the loan term.
• Interest (IN, int) Acronym & Abbreviation,
• Money paid for the use of borrowed funds, usually expressed as an annual percentage.
Bank account transaction code.
• Point Definition,
• A point equals 1 percent of a mortgage loan. Some lenders charge "origination points" to cover expenses of making a loan. Some borrowers pay "discount points" to reduce the loan's interest rate.
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