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rate of adjustment

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  • adjustment period — For homeowners with an adjustable rate mortgage (ARM), the scheduled period between changes in the interest rate. The adjustment period can be monthly, semi annually, annually, and so forth. Category: Real Estate & Rental Property Nolo’s Plain… …   Law dictionary

  • Adjustment — The use of mechanisms by a central bank to influence a home currency s exchange rate. An adjustment is specifically made if the exchange rate is not pegged to another currency, meaning that the currency is valued according to a floating exchange… …   Investment dictionary

  • adjustment date — The date the interest rate changes on an adjustable rate mortgage (ARM). On most ARMs, the rate starts out fixed at a discount for an initial period, such as five years. Then it s reset (typically upward) on the adjustment date to reflect current …   Law dictionary

  • adjustment factor — ➔ factor1 * * * adjustment factor UK US noun [C] ► a number used to correct a calculation: »An adjustment factor of .90 means that the rate shown in the chart is 90% of the standard rate …   Financial and business terms

  • Adjustment Date — 1. The date on which financial adjustments will be made to a contract or transaction, as agreed to by all the parties involved in the transaction. 2. Adjustment date also refers to the date on which the interest rate changes in an adjustable rate …   Investment dictionary

  • Adjustment Frequency — The frequency at which interest rate changes or resets on an adjustable rate mortgage occur. Different adjustable rate mortgages have different adjustment frequencies. Typically, the adjustment frequency is once a year, but it can be as often as… …   Investment dictionary

  • Adjustment Interval — The amount of time between interest rate changes to an adjustable rate mortgage (ARM). Most ARMs have two adjustment intervals. The first interval is typically longer (usually 3,5,7 or 10 years) during which there is a fixed rate of interest and… …   Investment dictionary

  • Adjustment Index — A modification made to a piece of numerical data, or a set of numerical data, by a product of some type of a mathematical formula. There are a number of different types of adjustment indices, ranging in scale and purpose from mortgage rate… …   Investment dictionary

  • adjustment */*/ — UK [əˈdʒʌs(t)mənt] / US [əˈdʒʌstmənt] noun [countable/uncountable] Word forms adjustment : singular adjustment plural adjustments 1) a change in something that makes it better, more accurate, or more effective The upward adjustment in salaries… …   English dictionary

  • adjustment — ad|just|ment [ ə dʒʌstmənt ] noun count or uncount ** 1. ) a change in something that makes it better, more accurate, or more effective: The upward adjustment in salaries reflects the current rate of inflation. make adjustments: We ll see how… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • Tax rate — For a type of taxation system in the United Kingdom and elsewhere, see Rates (tax). Taxation An aspect of fiscal policy …   Wikipedia

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