Question:

Can I have 60 day grace period on my mortgage?

Answer:

The Truth in Lending Act shows the grace period for your mortgage loan and it is generally 15 days. A 60 day grace period may be allowed in a forbearance agreement.

If you are more than 16 days late on your mortgage, you are outside the great period, late fees will be incurred, and a 30 day late payment will show up on your credit report.

A 60 day grace period, and more, is usually allowed under a forbearance agreement.

The lender may waive your monthly payments for a couple of months to see if you are going to get on track. The omitted payments may be required from the borrower to repay in a restructured form within several months.

A subprime lender may be the type of lender really willing to allow a 60 day grace period on a healing plan. Subprime borrowers go great lengths obtaining loans at excruciating rates only to improve their credit and finances. Subprime lenders are often readily helping them get current on the mortgage and a 60 day grace period is a common approach.

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