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ARM Notice if Rate/Payment Does Not Change

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If a residential ARM loan does not have a rate change, and therefore, does not have a payment change, is the bank still required to send the ARM notice?
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1026.20(c) Rate adjustments with a corresponding change in payment. The creditor, assignee, or servicer of an adjustable-rate mortgage shall provide consumers with disclosures, as described in this paragraph (c), in connection with the adjustment of interest rates pursuant to the loan contract that results in a corresponding adjustment to the payment

First published on 10/03/2021

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