The difference between your annual percentage rate (APR) versus your interest rate is the one-time origination fee that’s included in your APR. Interest rate refers to the percentage a lender charges and is used to calculate your monthly payment, it does not include any fees charged on your loan. APR represents the total cost of borrowing for a year including your interest rate and any fees such as an origination fee for processing your application.
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