Stands for â€˜Annual Percentage Rate`, it helps you compare the cost of different mortgage deals. It takes into account the amount of interest you will pay, the length of the term of the mortgage, and certain other charges such as any arrangement fee

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Annual Percentage Rate

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An interest rate reflecting the cost of a mortgage as a yearly rate. This rate is likely to be higher than the stated note rate or advertised rate on the mortgage, because it takes into account point and other credit cost. The APR allows home buyers to compare different types of mortgages based on the annual cost for each loan.

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Abbreviation for Annual Percentage Rate, a standardised way of calculating the interest on financial products to make comparison easier

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All lenders are required by law to tell you what their APR - Annual Percentage Rate - is before you sign an agreement. The rate quoted on loans and credit cards may be the monthly or annual rate of interest you pay, but the APR figure calculates the total amount of interest that will be paid over the whole term of the loan, so the lower it is the b...

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Annual Percentage Rate. The cost of credit (i.e., the interest rate) expressed as a yearly rate.

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Annual Percentage Rate; includes arrangement fees and any other charges as well as the monthly interest over the life of a loan.

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APR or annual percentage rate is the annual equivalent rate of return on a loan or investment in which the rate of interest specified is chargeable or payable more frequently than annually. Most investment institutions in Britain are now required by law to specify the APR when the interest intervals are more frequent than annual. Similarly those ch...

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The annual percentage rate of interest, usually on a loan or mortgage, usually displayed in brackets and representing the true cost of the loan or mortgage as it shows any additional payments beyond the interest rate.

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This is an indicator used to compare interest rates. It takes into account the costs involved in setting up the mortgage, any discount periods, how often interest is calculated and calculates what the average rate of interest will be over the life of the loan. All lenders that comply with the consumer credit act must ensure that the the borrower is...

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