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Old 10-04-2011, 05:43 AM   #41
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Originally Posted by Mulligan View Post
If you wait you pass up a guaranteed 4.6% yearly rate for 6 months. Once Nov. 1 hits you lock into the new rate which will probably be 3% give or take and lose the 4.6%. Better to lock in the 4.6% and then get the 3% ish for 6 months after you get the 4.6 for 6 months.
If the next rate is going to be 3ish%, it sounds the inflation is really tamed...on paper.

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