talk to them - i know of many instance where something has been done
by savvy61 - 2 hours ago
Yes. Most banks will do this if you are in good standing. The skipped payment is added to the end of the mortgage. There is a charge. My bank charges $50
by Classy Granny - 2 hours ago
Yes, they may... normally they won't give you permission up front - but if it happens, they may let it slide if it was a transient incident, and wrap the missing payment into the principle of the loan.
by Christopher B - 2 hours ago
Some lenders allow you to skip the principle part of the mortgage payment. You still must pay the interest and escrow for taxes and insurance. Look at your statement it could save you as little as 200
by ? - 2 hours ago
I am sure it has been done. They just tack it onto the end of the loan.
by Genuine Guidance - 2 hours ago
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