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Our original loan is for 207K. After all is said and done our new loan will be for 217K with 3% for the the first 36 months. Is this a wise idea? Has anyone done a Norfork hybrid ARM? What do you think about it? Our thoughts are paying a little extra every month to pay down faster and possible selling in about 10 years.
The Norfork arm is a safer arm compared to the sub-prime arms that got buyers into trouble. With the hybrid arms your adjustments are made once a year and are usually capped a 1% per year. It's possible that with-in the 10 year period you may have to refinance again depending on what the rates are doing. At this time rates are starting to creep back up and even the FED states that sooner or later rates will have to go up. I would calculate the savings for the 3 years and compare it to a 1% adjust each year for the remaining time you plan on having the house to see how much of a savings you may actually benefit from. The 1% adjustment per year may not happen each year but it's better to calculate worse case.