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  Adjustment Interval Definition
Adjustment Interval When you have an adjustable rate mortgage, your interest rate can change at each adjustment period. The amount of time between your adjustment periods is referred to as your adjustment interval. On the average, adjustment intervals are one-year, three-year or five-year periods depending on the index that your lender uses to determine changes to your interest rate.
   
   
   


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