Assessment Rate

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An Assessment Rate is the interest rate used when the lender is assessing the serviceability of your loan. It is generally higher than the rate of the product you are applying for. For example, if the product’s interest rate is 5%, they may assess you on your ability to pay off the loan if the (assessment) rate is at 7%.

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