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    Rated with 1 star
    Verified Reviewer
    Original review: Oct. 9, 2018

    If you are have unexpected expenses arise Chase Mortgage will not help you. Most Mortgage companies allow you to change your due date or even defer your next payment to help you. This is not an option with Chase. All they care about is getting their money. I would not recommend anyone using them!

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    Rated with 1 star
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    Original review: Sept. 26, 2018

    I have never experienced so much incompetence. They cannot figure out how to make e-signing available and I have not had access to their portal. 45 days of timesuck where they repeatedly request the same information. I have copied and resent the same information and emails several times; they do not read anything that is sent. There is no communication between the different people assigned to work with the loan. When they call you it is one minute before they close or the weekend and they leave a message for a return call. When I call the call is dropped multiple times requiring multiple attempts to reach anyone. I will never again do business with Chase Mortgage.

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    Rated with 1 star
    Verified Reviewer
    Original review: Sept. 25, 2018

    This was not my first home loan and it went terrible compared to the others. The entire process was bad. There was the typical scrambling on their part as they requested several times the week before the closing date for additional documents and information that they didn't realize they needed; I expected this and was very fast in getting those documents over to them.

    Then the week of my Thursday closing, I hear from the Chase rep on Monday and then not again until Wednesday evening saying they needed more documents and the closing would need to be pushed to Friday. I was given the green light Thursday afternoon for a Friday morning closing and the closing went as expected. I walk out of the attorney's office thinking I just purchased the place. About an hour later, I get a call from the closing attorney saying that Chase would not release the funds.

    Every step of the way, from the initial conversation I had with the rep to the final underwriter asking me questions, I told the individual that I have a loan on a rental property and provided several documents throughout the process showing insurance, renters contract and property management companies contract. The reason that the funds weren't released is because the particular type of loan was contingent on me only having one property. The one the loan was for.

    I immediately call every number I can find, Managers, Supervisors etc. and I am only communicated back to via email from the rep that made the mistake. The seller had a strict closing date but was willing to work with us a little. She gave us 4 business days to try and get it right. I explained this to the Chase rep who seemed to care very little as the process basically had to start over with a different loan type. As I called the rep, his manager and any other number that I had while trying to get updates, my calls were not returned and instead, I received a vague email with no helpful information. The team did not have any sense of urgency and did not apologize for their mistake, but instead acted as if I had tried to deceive them and it were my fault. The seller has since accepted another offer as Chase set around twiddling their thumbs and I lost my dream place.

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    3 people found this review helpful
    Rated with 1 star
    Verified Reviewer
    Original review: Sept. 18, 2018

    I would use any bank other than Chase. We had fraud by DirecTV on our account for 6 mo. that we were unaware of and did not recognize. We never received a single bill from them either, but they got our debit card from ATT Wireless which we have an account with. Due to severe tragic family circumstances, we didn't notice the charges until August. I filed a claim for the two charges in July and August because they were within the 60 day period of filing a claim. They refused to dispute the charges because the first fraudulent charge by them was five months earlier outside of the 60 day period, and judged us for not having noticed them. They would not listen to reason, would not listen to our explanations. The first three were $10 each and blended with our other minor expenditures.

    We noticed when it raised to $35 and $40 within the 60 day period, and that was the first month that the circumstances in our life allowed us the time to get back to the bills and the minutia of all the medical bills and statements, financial account statements, etc. We understood the ones outside of the 60 day period, but we absolutely don't approve of the policy they used to not dispute our fraudulent charges. Don't do business with any bank that can't be personable and treat customers on a case by case basis. Don't do business with any bank that doesn't care if you have a fraudulent charge just three weeks prior, and judges you for not telling them sooner. There is no reason on this earth you could give them that they will agree is understandable, and our reasons absolutely were.

    Not to mention that they committed fraud themselves with our mortgage five years ago when we were doing the modification. And they got away with it because we couldn't afford an attorney to fight them. We could only afford one that helped get the modification done. Chase kept throwing our application it into a back room and let the 60 day filing periods run out four different times so that we had to keep reapplying, all while they tried to force us into foreclosure and encourage us to stop making payments and go into default so that they really "could" help us finally. We had never missed a payment and had perfect credit so we refused. Obama meant for that process to help families like us who never were in default but had imminent default due to the fraudulent mortgages that were written, especially those without consent who had proof like us!

    Chase did not follow Obama's Modification guidelines and lied about the value of our home, which would have resulted in them lowering the principal first, thus lowering our amount owed and our payment. This kept the balance too high and the payment too high. We had evidence of fraud and how they misled us into a bridge-loan mortgage that we didn't agree to stay in after our previous home sold, and they ignored us as we tried several times to refinance it like they promised. They deceived us with our closing documents into believing that the first payment would be paid by autopay because of the timing and that our first payment wasn't due until nine weeks later. Autopay took 4-6 weeks to set up. The signature page was at the top of the next page.

    Then they fraudulently switched out that document (our R.E. attorney saw the original too,) and replaced it with a penalty for prepaying before one year agreement that would prevent us from refinancing until after one year! That meant that the bank never received the document applying for autopay. Chase knew we would default on that first payment, and one default on a perfect credit score drops it significantly. We were told that they did this to protect us from refinancing because we wouldn't qualify for the low interest rate we had set up.

    They also knew that reverse amortization would accrue since we couldn't afford the payment when interest rates kept increasing. That increased our mortgage by $24,000. We couldn't afford any attorney to actually fight them even though we had proof of everything, and Chase wouldn't listen to us or look at our proof, instead shutting us down and not returning calls, and local banks telling us they couldn't do anything we had to call corporate. Because we were above poverty level, we couldn't get pro-bono representation either. Luckily the market dropped and so did interest rates and we could afford the full 30-yr payment for the next five years, stopping the reverse amortization bleeding.

    After the market crashed, our home was only worth about $375,000 compared to all the other fairly comparable nearby homes with its same specifications. That was $125,000 lower than purchase price. They fraudulently used the sale price of homes that were twice the size of ours, and luxurious unlike ours, just because they were also nearby. Our attorney who was helping us get the modification done wouldn't fight them over it because he just wanted to close the case and get it done rather than the expensive process of fighting them. Another notch in his belt/win record. Chase lied earlier in court when they purposefully increased our escrow by over $1500 without telling us trying to push us into foreclosure, and the window to dispute passed before the first statement showing this was received.

    Our mortgage payment went from $2100 to $3600 with all their "underages" of the escrow balance they claimed existed but didn't. We paid our Real Estate taxes ourselves and never had an escrow. So, we were double paying taxes! We couldn't afford that, and we did NOT want an escrow with them! The county judge at that time was in the Bank's pockets, focusing on shutting down the ridiculous lawsuits by people trying to get a windfall for a decision of gambling with a dangerous mortgage they knowingly made. We were different, and not asking for a windfall at all, only asking Chase to return our escrow money and close the escrow account!

    Our attorney filed for damages saying it would let the bank know we were serious, but we only wanted our escrow money, and we would have been happy. He said he would let them know that once they were seriously there. We had proof with receipts that we already paid the taxes before they did without our knowledge and they didn't disclose that. The judge ignored all our paperwork and the entire courtroom was aghast. You could hear the disbelieving breaths being taken in at her audacity and Chase's deceit. Our attorney for the modification wouldn't fight that either, saying that with the situation by the big banks, he would lose to them and it would cost him business if he had so many losses on his record, and if he got on the wrong side of a judge he would have problems winning other cases. The attorneys that could and would fight them were too expensive for families like ours.

    Chase lied, and hurt us. They have shown they are robots and don't care about their customers, and they are greedy beyond measure. Trust me, when it counts they will not care about you; when they make mistakes they will not care about you. It's better to do business with a hometown bank even if they have higher loan interest. In the long run? You'll lose less money, and be treated with dignity.

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    Rated with 1 star
    Verified Reviewer
    Original review: Sept. 6, 2018

    After having a loan with Chase Mortgage for 6 years with 0 late payments, I went through a divorce. The ex did not pay the very last payment right before settlement when we sold the house. Chase reported it to the credit bureau. This caused about a 150 point drop in my credit from 800 to 650. I asked for a courtesy fix on it because I had been a good customer for 6 years. The answer was they did not do courtesy credit fixes. The guy on the phone said in 17 years working there he had never seen one granted. I think they can do better. Especially seeing the circumstances and pattern of timely payments to them. I went to another lender when I bought my next house specifically because of their ignorance. Better that than reward their lack of customer service.

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    Verified Reviewer
    Original review: Aug. 31, 2018

    The Chase loan experience was awful and very stressful. I’ve gotten 6 loans before from other banks (credit unions, local lenders, and national lenders). This was the worst, not to be attempted again. They bait you with incentives (points on my Chase Sapphire card was the lure) and drag you thru at least twice the paperwork and scrutiny of any other bank. The agents are centralized somewhere with no knowledge of the local market. They advertise rates they ultimately can’t fulfill. And they collect fees along the way that get you increasingly vested in the process. It is without question not worth your time. Buying a home will likely involve its own taxes — don’t add to that.

    5 people found this review helpful
    Rated with 3 stars
    Verified Reviewer
    Original review: Aug. 29, 2018

    Sold my mortgage to another bank, not a fan, too much of a big bank feeling. Disappointed after being with them for many years. Originally a WAMU customer.

    3 people found this review helpful
    Rated with 1 star
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    Verified Reviewer
    Original review: Aug. 28, 2018

    Working on a short sale for my home their customer service rep assigned to me was never available even when I made an appointment. Dragged out for months before I got a lawyer to deal with them.

    2 people found this review helpful
    Rated with 5 stars
    Verified Reviewer
    Original review: Aug. 26, 2018

    They explain things clearly and offer to work with you if you have an issue. Easy to look up things concerning your account. Able to manage your account online.

    3 people found this review helpful
    Rated with 1 star
    Verified Reviewer
    Original review: Aug. 25, 2018

    This is just a big company. It's just a numbers game to them. In my case they are just the servicer on the mortgage and have no real control on how the mortgage is handled.

    2 people found this review helpful
    Rated with 2 stars
    Verified Reviewer
    Original review: Aug. 24, 2018

    I felt like I was dumped by the lender when my mortgage was "passed on to an unknown lender" although I have never been delinquent in my payments and Chase was not my original lender.

    4 people found this review helpful
    Rated with 5 stars
    Verified Reviewer
    Original review: Aug. 22, 2018

    I have not had any issues with Chase in the four years they have had my mortgage. Their customer service is excellent in all regards. They are serious about giving good information and/or instructions whenever appropriate. I have always felt well served.

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    Rated with 5 stars
    Verified Reviewer
    Original review: Aug. 20, 2018

    Nothing to dislike about this business, no regrets, high recommend to all my friends and family and anyone that I know. Hope this helps someone out to make a decision.

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    Rated with 1 star
    Verified Reviewer
    Original review: Aug. 19, 2018

    I applied for a mortgage with Chase because I bank there. I was pre-approved. They asked for $500.00 as a good faith, I gave it to them. My application went to underwriting and they denied me because My ex-husband let his house foreclose. I gave them the note of that house to prove I wasn't on the loan. They still denied me... I was able to get a loan and approved through another mortgage company. I asked them to deposit my $500.00 back into my account... Today I look and they only deposited $222.00 bank into my account. I feel they ripped me off.

    5 people found this review helpful
    Rated with 1 star
    Verified Reviewer
    Original review: Aug. 19, 2018

    I do believe that they forged my promissory note and tried taking my home in 2013. The servicing department lies and plays games. To them we are all just little people. I have since paid off my mortgage.

    2 people found this review helpful
    Rated with 3 stars
    Verified Reviewer
    Original review: Aug. 18, 2018

    Big Bankster mortgage lenders are truly the bloodsuckers of the People. At the very least, their interest rates should be capped at 2%. There should be far less red tape/paperwork, and the terms should be readable, i.e., in common English. Home loans should be available to individuals of ALL income levels.

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    Rated with 1 star
    Verified Reviewer
    Original review: Aug. 17, 2018

    I applied for a loan modification, only to be given the run-around. I was asked to submit the same paperwork several times because Chase claimed they never received it. Even though it was faxed from Chase bank. In conclusion, I never received a modification for my mortgage.

    5 people found this review helpful
    Rated with 5 stars
    Verified Reviewer
    Original review: Aug. 16, 2018

    We tried Quicken Loans, they just ripped us off, no customer service. Chase has worked with us and made refinancing easy and painless. We met our closing agent at a restaurant near our home to complete the transaction.

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    Rated with 1 star
    Verified Reviewer
    Original review: Aug. 15, 2018

    Violated! That's how you feel after all of the data points and information required by the overzealous underwriters at Chase Mortgage. Good credit? Good job? Documented history of business with Chase? None of that matters. They want to nit-pick every penny you have ever spent. It's sad, because the lending agents seem to feel my pain. I doubt I will see approval from the underwriters (After pre-approval and conditional approval) but I will NEVER use Chase again for a mortgage. If they buy your mortgage after the fact, you are ok though. Hopefully I will get my deposits and earnest money back. If not, then it's off to court.

    6 people found this review helpful
    Rated with 1 star
    Verified Reviewer
    Original review: Aug. 15, 2018

    Sold my mortgage to another company after 16 years of me being with them and they only gave me 30 days to find another company. I did not have time to do my research to get the best deal.

    4 people found this review helpful
    Rated with 2 stars
    Verified Reviewer
    Original review: Aug. 14, 2018

    Keep leading you on, more information needed all the time. Working for over 2 years and nothing. Never missed a payment but am behind according to them, no help whatsoever!

    2 people found this review helpful
    Rated with 1 star
    Verified Reviewer
    Original review: July 17, 2018

    My home mortgage keep going up and up, as of Sept. the interest rate 10.25%. And I applied for a Harp 2 or 3 years ago, Chase said I did not qualify and now the interest rate is down. What's the problem. I am on a fixed income, everyone I know have a problem with Chase. I has written the BBB about their concern for customer, none.

    8 people found this review helpful
    Rated with 1 star
    Verified Reviewer
    Original review: July 9, 2018

    I recently had flood damage at my home where Chase held the mortgage. My insurance company issued the initial check to me which Chase endorsed and the funds were used to pay the contractor for some of the work. After living in a motel for some 6 weeks we were getting ready to move back into our home and my insurance company issued another check for the moving expense. When this was taken to my local Chase bank they called the Chase claim department and I was advised that since the total of the two checks exceeded a certain amount, they would not endorse the check until there was an inspection since the two checks exceeded the limit by $100.

    I advised the supervisor of the situation and the need to have funds to pay the movers who were coming in three days but she did not care. She insisted that the property be inspected before they would endorse the check but that would take days I did not have. She could not care less. Chase Mortgage did not care that I had never been late with a payment over some 10 plus years and would do nothing to help me. I will never do business again with Chase and would strongly suggest no one else do so. They are a typical big company that does not care about their customers.

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    6 people found this review helpful
    Rated with 1 star
    Verified Reviewer
    Original review: June 22, 2018

    I was tempted to go through JP/Chase because I have had good relations with them for over 35 years. I own (paid) 3 homes and was looking to finance a 4th for my children in college. I have ample money to pay for it out of pocket but wanted the children to be responsible and to help me out. Let me tell you right away that Chase mortgage does not care if you have $5,000 and trying to finance or if you have $50,000,000 and trying to finance. They want to see every single thing you own and every dollar you spend. I understand they need tax docs and income statements and property statements. But I am still waiting for an official closing date. Day 55 and counting and I have given them everything I have.

    13 people found this review helpful
    Rated with 1 star
    Verified Reviewer
    Original review: June 15, 2018

    I'm so sick and tired of discovering that they've ripped me off again! I literally get nauseous dealing with this company. They are not worth the frustration.

    My mortgage was taken over by Chase around 2006. At that time, CHASE promised that all original agreements from the previous lender would be kept. There would be no changes. After a few years I lost employment and took advantage of HARP. I carefully reviewed every document that I signed. I still have them. None of the terms having to do with insurance or PMI changed. The only changes were for interest rate and payment schedule. Unfortunately, my loan was going from about 24 years to 40! It was do it or lose it.

    Per the original loan, my PMI insurance was to stop in 2015. I could request it Jan 1, 2015 when it was to reach 80% value, or it would AUTOMATICALLY stop Dec. 1, 2015. I tried both. But the Jan. date required a home inspection, so I gave up and waited for December. It never happened. I made multiple frustrating calls to no avail. They were requiring a home inspection at my expense to make proof of value. But the loan documents only stated proof was needed for the earlier date. It didn't matter what I said, or who I talked to, the agreement would not be honored. AND, according to their computer info, that secondary date wasn't to happen until 2017. What?? When where did that come from? They certainly didn't discuss any changes with me! It didn't matter that I had proof otherwise.

    CHASE continued to illegally charge me for PMI insurance all the way through the year 2017! It's like I constantly have to watch them, because they will try to slip stuff by. Recently they increased my monthly payment without warning, and the automatic withdrawal overdrew my account. We figured it out, but they should have communicated any changes like that.

    Now I am realizing that the terms of my loan are not calculated in the standard way a loan is calculated. If I round UP to the nearest thousand owed, and increase the interest rate to 5%, and round UP Chase's listed escrow for my loan to the nearest $100, and even decrease my loan term down to only 30 years, I STILL get a loan payment cheaper than CHASE! For $119 of principal, I'm paying $200 interest. How's that going to work? Something smells really rank!!! i.e., DON'T USE CHASE UNLESS YOU ABSOLUTELY HAVE TO! They don't follow the rules, are unapproachable, and are obviously above the law!

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    7 people found this review helpful
    Rated with 1 star
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    Original review: June 13, 2018

    My loan was taken over by Chase a few years back. I was looking to refi to drop my years to 15 and possibly roll a small HELOC in. Chase contacted me when I was working with another institution so I figured I'd see what they could do since they held my current loan. Chase said my home value and HELOC would be sufficient, I wouldn't need an appraisal since they held my loan and I'd been paying for so long.

    After submitting tons of documents, signing paperwork, a $500 hold fee (to be reapplied upon closing) my phone and email started to get inundated with appraisal notices. I kept inquiring with Chase and was told they were looking into it. After a week and many complaints from me, Chase started to inform me I needed an appraisal. I insisted they reevaluate their "recorded" calls as that was not in my original agreement. Chase insists that their member never agreed with me, just speculated so an appraisal is necessary. I am not authorized to hear the calls. Chase misleads their customers.

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    10 people found this review helpful
    Rated with 1 star
    Verified Reviewer
    Original review: June 4, 2018

    This is a rogue bank, JP Morgan Chase Bank N.A. that is. Of course, this bank have the blessing of the Obama Administration in stealing ordinary Americans' livelihoods without due process of the law. Chase Bank took my home in 2015 on a discharged loan and I have no right to go to court on the matter. My lawsuits were dismissed twice. I will never forget nor forgive. They put my family in hardship I will never recover from.

    16 people found this review helpful
    Rated with 1 star
    Verified Reviewer
    Original review: June 2, 2018

    Almost lost this house when everyone was losing their homes and I feel Chase took advantage of the situation for their benefit by making me start my 17 yr mortgage to start over at 30 again.

    14 people found this review helpful
    Rated with 1 star
    Verified Reviewer
    Original review: June 1, 2018

    Unless the loan officer is recommended by your friends or family. Do not risk going in and get a random loan officer. Go with a local bank if it's possible as they do things faster because one person or a team is responsible for your case. When it comes to the corporate world, it seems like no one knows or everyone refuses their responsibility.

    My journey of obtaining the mortgage was a nightmare. I lost sleep over the entire process because of delays. The Seller was angry, threatened to cancel, and wasn't compromising. The loan officer was nowhere to be found and unresponsive. The loan officer was incompetence, unavailable, and irresponsible. So I tried to submit the documents myself on ** but it is wacky and unreliable, rather than fastening the process it causes more delays. I have submitted the documents many times but it keeps popping up the To-do-List and no specific instruction is left on what revision is needed. But when the loan officer submitted it (the same paper), it got reviewed correctly.

    Not only they're not proactive but they're incompetence. The Underwriting team keeps asking the documents that have already been handed to the Loan Officer and Loan Processor. When I was running out of time, I had to hunt down the Manager, who came to the rescue. We barely made it in time. However, I had to release the Loan Contingency before the final approval and that was a huge risk to take but I did not want to lose the house. Luckily everything worked out, but please, please do not go over to Chase unless you know that the Loan Officer is going to do his/her job.

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    5 people found this review helpful
    Rated with 2 stars
    Verified Reviewer
    Original review: June 1, 2018

    Too many forms to fill out, took way too long. Like over a month. Applied elsewhere and it was done very fast, without all the extraneous documents that Chase thought they needed.

    4 people found this review helpful
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    Chase Mortgage Company Information

    Company Name:
    Chase
    Year Founded:
    1799
    Address:
    270 Park Ave
    City:
    New York
    State/Province:
    NY
    Postal Code:
    10017
    Country:
    United States
    Phone:
    (800) 432-3117
    Website:
    www.chase.com
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