How to Compare Mortgage Programs

To compare mortgage programs you need to look at the APR. What is an Annual Percentage Rate (APR)? The annual percentage rate (APR) is an interest rate that is different from the note rate. It is commonly used to compare loan programs from different lenders. The Federal Truth in Lending law requires mortgage companies to disclose the APR when they advertise a rate.

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