Interest Rate Cap

An interest rate cap is a type of financial derivative instrument or agreement between two parties that limits the interest rate on a loan, line of credit, or mortgage. It is an agreement between a lender and borrower to limit the maximum interest rate to a specified level during the term of the loan. This can be beneficial to both parties as it can help provide some certainty around future payments and help protect against large fluctuations in interest rates.

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