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Periodic Cap

A periodic cap is a consumer safeguard that limits the amount that the interest rate on an adjustable rate mortgage can change in an adjustment interval. For example, if your periodic rate cap is 1% and your current rate is 7%, then your newly adjusted rate must fall between 6% and 8%, regardless of actual changes in the index that your interest rate is tied to.

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