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adjustable-rate mortgage (ARM)

a mortgage in which the interest changes periodically, according to corresponding fluctuations in an index. All ARMs are tied to indexes. For example, a seven-year, adjustable-rate mortgage is a loan in which the rate remains fixed for the first seven years, then fluctuates according to the index to which it is tied.

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