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  Interest Rate Lock Definition
Interest Rate Lock When a lender guarantees to loan you money at a set interest rate, protecting you from potential rate increases. Rate locks are for a set period of time, usually not longer than 30 days, so you will want to make sure to close on your loan before the rate lock expires. A lender will normally charge you a fee to lock in an interest rate.
   
   
   


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