Definitions for "Renegotiable Rate Mortgage"
A loan secured by a long-term mortgage of up to 30 years, which provides for renegotiation at equal stated intervals of the interest rate for a maximum variation of 5 percent over the life of the mortgage.
A loan in which the interest rate is adjusted periodically. See adjustable rate mortgage.
An alternative mortgage loan in which the interest rate is renegotiated periodically. The loan may be either a long-term loan with periodic interest rate adjustments, or a short-term loan that is renewed periodically at new interest rates, but based on a long-term mortgage.
Keywords:  rollover, loan, see
See rollover loan.
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