Mortgages & Loans

What Is The Difference Between The Interest Rate And The APR ?

The interest rate is the cost for borrowing a lenders or banks money while the APR takes into account the total cost of a mortgage, including closing fees and lender points over the life of a loan, not just the interest due.

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