Annual escrow analysis and past due loan

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    1024.17(i)(2) states a bank isn’t required to provide the borrower with an annual escrow analysis if the loan is more than 30 days overdue. My question is this: If the borrower is more than 30 days past due when the annual analysis is done, and there is an overage, can we apply that overage to the past due loan payment? I can’t find any mention of it in RESPA.

    Any advice or direction is appreciated!


    RESPA does not authorize you take money from the escrow and apply it for other purposes. The customer’s money in the escrow account is placed there for a very specific purpose, such as paying taxes or insurance. If there is an overage, a short cycle statement can be run to determine the exact amount of the escrow, then the surplus must be sent to the customer (check or credit to a deposit account). Then, if the customer chooses, they could apply the surplus to resolve the past due status.


    I suspected that was the answer. Thanks for confirming!

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