ARM vs. Fixed Rate Mortgage Calculator

Our adjustable-rate mortgage (ARM) vs fixed-rate mortgage calculator compares a fixed-rate mortgage to two types of ARMs: a Fully Amortizing ARM and an Interest Only ARM. Using this tool can help you decide which one is best for you.


How to Use This Calculator


Here's a brief explanation of the key terms we use with our calculator.


Loan Amount The total amount of money that you are borrowing to purchase the home.


Interest Rate The annual interest rate on the mortgage. In a fixed-rate mortgage, this rate remains constant throughout the loan term and is not subject to market changes.


Loan Term The number of years over which the mortgage is repaid. Common terms include 15, 20, and 30 years. We offer all three at Suncoast.

ARM vs. Fixed Rate Mortgages

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