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Currently I'm on a a Conway 30 yr fixed at 5.5% for $203,000. I've been offered a 3/1 Conway Hybrid ARM. It will be 3.5% for 36 months and thereafter can increase by no more than 1% every 12 months and will cap at 8.5% (5% higher than initial is cap). The charges for this are about $11,000 bringing the new initial loan to about $214,000. Thy Conway hybrid loan is apparently (so they say) different than normal ARM's. The increases are based on the T-bills index and the loan is reevaluated yearly on what is actually owed. I get my escrow back and this is cosigned by the VA. Any thoughts on this type of loan? A good deal or am I being taken advantage of?
How long will you keep this house? If you are going to live there 30 years then I think the old loan may be better. If you are going to be there 2 years then the old loan may be better. But if you are going to be there 10 years then the new loan may be the best. You just have to do the math for yourself. First fix a number of years (or at least a range of years) for when you will pay the loan off because of a sale. Then assume the highest inflation and see what happens- and then pick a medium rate of inflation and see what happens.
Financially a stupid move. Costing you 20k for very little. No you could not get escrow back since that money is for your property taxes and home owner insurance premium.