Mortgage FAQs

What are Discount Points (or Points)?

A one-time charge imposed by the lender to lower the rate at which the lender would otherwise offer the loan to you. Each point is equal to one percent (1%) of the mortgage amount.

For example, if a lender charges two points on a $80,000 loan this amounts to a charge of $1,600.


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