Break Cost

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This is the cost incurred when you make an additional payment (either a partial payment, or a payment that pays out your loan in full; including refinance) that exceeds the lender’s allowable amount (e.g. $10,000 per year) during the fixed rate period. Depending on your fixed interest rate and how long you have to go until your fixed term ends, it could come to a significant amount.

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