Yes, you can make a payment from a deposit account at Chase or another bank. You can set up either one through chase.com or on the Chase Mobile® app
Sign in at chase.com, choose your mortgage or home equity account and choose "Set up" located under "Amount due".
For a mortgage account, you can choose "Monthly," "Twice a month" or "Every two weeks".
Home equity accounts can be paid monthly.
You don’t need to remember or worry about missing a payment.
If you set up automatic payments with Chase, we will automatically update your payment amount after any changes due to escrow (taxes and insurance) or changes in your interest rate.
For mortgages: We will withdraw another payment automatically even if you’ve made a payment through a branch, online, mail or phone. We would apply this automatic payment to the next payment that’s due.
For home equity loans and lines of credit: We won't withdraw another payment automatically if you’ve made a payment through a branch, online, mail or phone.
Call us at 1-833-PayChase (1-833-729-2427).
You can make these additional one-time payments on chase.com or the Chase Mobile® app. With the automatic payments program, you can also have additional principal added into each payment.
Sign into your chase.com account and follow these steps:
From your mortgage loan account, choose Pay Mortgage
Choose the Principal/escrow/fee only option
Enter the shortage amount you want to pay in the Additional escrow/shortage and choose Pay this bill
You'll see your payment reflected online within three days. If you're signed up for flexible payments, you'll be able to see your payment online in “unapplied” funds. Once you have made all of your payments for the next full monthly installment, we'll post your payment.
Generally, yes, as long as you’re current with your mortgage and you haven’t given us other instructions.
We’ll post your payment today if we receive it by 7:30 PM ET.
You should see your payment online within three business days. You may be charged a late fee if you don’t make a full payment by the end of your grace period.
The amount of interest you pay monthly on a mortgage is determined by your interest rate and the remaining principal balance. We use the last month’s principal balance to calculate the amount of interest due. We apply the rest of your payment to principal and escrow as needed.