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  Rate Lock Definition
Rate Lock When a lender commits to issuing a specific interest rate to a borrower and guarantees to hold it for a specified period of time. Rate locks are only temporary, and to take advantage of the locked-in rate, you will need to close your loan prior to the expiration of the lock-in period (normally 30-60 days).
   
   
   


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