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I agree 2.25% is the norm for Libor based loans and there are still a couple of lenders with 1.75% margins on Treasury based loans for FHA/VA. If you bought the margin down .500 it may cost a point and would not have any affect until the 6th year/forward so you may be better off taking a 7/1 and using that point to buy down the start rate and get the benefit from payment 1. If you need a longer window than 7 years I would just get a 30 Yr Fixed since the 5/1 adjusted rate in 6 years could be uglier than you can imagine.
Its possible in theory. Ive seen lenders offer different pricing to me for cap amounts.
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