STANDING OUT: The 5/5 mortgage "it is a way to differentiate ourselves," says Malcolm Hollensteiner of TD Bank.

Lenders Put a Postcrisis Twist on the Adjustable-Rate Mortgage

The "5/5" attempts to give consumers more certainty about what they will owe in future years, splitting the difference between traditional ARMs and the more expensive, but lower-risk, fixed-rate mortgage.

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