A major home mortgage services provider, many people have to go through PHH when making a payment for their home or property. They are one of the top ten mortgage providers in the country and, as such, have become solidified in their importance to millions of people around the country.
If you have a mortgage through the PHH Corporation and would like to learn how to make payments on your account online, follow the instructions below.
Sign Up for Online Access
Creating your account is an important part of paying your PHH mortgage bill through the internet. To get started on the process and make your login credentials for MortgageQuestions.com for future home payments, click here.
While signing up for an online account for PHH’s website, you will provide the system with numerous personal datasets, including your name, your Social Security number and contact information. Additionally you will choose your user name and password for signing into the account, and you will supply your loan number among other items:
When you’re through with online registration, you may move on to the next section of this PHH mortgage bill payment guide – actually making a payment.
How to Make Online Payments
- With your internet browser, go to the PHH bill pay website at www.MortgageQuestions.com (link is on the bottom of this page)
- Type your username and password into the two text-entry fields in the middle of the screen and click the blue “Log in” button underneath them. Your username and password should have been chosen while signing up. If you can’t remember what they are, click the “Retrieve Your Username/Password” link underneath the log in button
- Navigate to the manage payments section of the Mortgage Questions website
- Input the information for the bank account that you would like your mortgage to be paid from. After verifying that it is correct, submit a payment by choosing how much to pay and when you would like it to be withdrawn
- You no longer need to be on the site after your payment is submitted, so feel free to close the window or browse away from the website
Buying a home is likely the largest investment you will make in your life, so it is very important to remain current on your mortgage bills. Over the years, your house may rise in value, but missing payments and possibly facing a foreclosure can mean losing out on so much time and money invested.