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  Margin Definition
Margin With adjustable-rate mortgages, the interest rate percentage points a lender will add to an indexed interest rate which is used to determine your total adjusted interest rate. For example, if the index your lender uses is a rate of 5 percent and they use a 2 percent margin, the loan's total interest rate would be 7 percent. The margin is what allows your lender to cover their costs and make a profit.

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