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A closed mortgage cannot be repaid or refinanced without penalty until the end of its term.

The amount of extra payments made towards a closed mortgage in any given year typically cannot exceed the lender’s limit, which usually ranges from 10% to 25% of the original mortgage balance per year. Otherwise, a penalty applies.

See also: Open mortgage

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