What is Interest Rate Structure?

The interest rate structure of a loan refers to whether the loan has a fixed or variable interest rate. A fixed rate is a rate that is locked in for a certain number of years and will not change during this time. A variable rate will be moved up and down by your lender over the life of your loan to reflect market conditions.

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