reduction-option loan (ROL)

Definition

Loan that combines elements from fixed-rate and adjustable mortgages to allow the borrower to minimize the cost that may result from refinancing. This loan gives individuals the option to refinance over a 3 year period to lock in the current mortgage rate, but can only occur between year 2 and year 5.
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