An ARM is an Adjustable-Rate Mortgage.
It's a floating-rate mortgage where the payment rises and falls with the lender's prime rate.
With ARMs, the borrower's amortization remains constant as the prime rate goes up and down.
An ARM is technically different from a variable-rate mortgage (VRM), which has a fixed payment that doesn't move with the prime rate (at least initially).
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