Effective percentage rate (EPR)

Similar to the Annual Percentage Rate (APR), the Effective Percentage Rate (EPR) measures the cost of a mortgage stated as a yearly rate and includes such items as interest, mortgage insurance, and loan origination fees (points). The difference between the EPR and the APR is that the APR calculates the cost of a loan over the entire term of the loan (30 year, for example). The EPR calculates the cost of the loan over the time you expect to keep the loan or other specified period. This changes the relative costs of different loans because it spreads your closing costs over what is usually a shorter time.

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