Definition : Immovable hypothec (conventional) - Variable interest rate

Interest rate that varies according to fluctuations in the prime rate, and this throughout the term of the mortgage loan. When the mortgage rate decreases, a larger portion of the periodic payments is applied to reduce the loan amount. On the other hand, if the interest rate increases, a larger tranche of periodic payments is applied to interest.

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