- Forbearance temporarily suspends all or part of your mortgage payment, so you will not have to pay your full monthly payment during forbearance.
- Continue to make your regularly scheduled mortgage payments, until you receive approval of your forbearance.
- Flexibility to make no, partial, or full monthly payments during plan. You have no obligation to make payments, but this will reduce the amount to repay after your forbearance.
- Forbearance does not mean your payments are forgiven. You are still required to eventually fully repay your forbearance, but you won’t have to repay it all at once—unless you are able to do so.
- If you pay your taxes, insurance, or HOA/Condo fees separately from your mortgage, then you must continue making those payments during forbearance.
- Suspension of late charge assessments.
- Each month while in forbearance, your account will be reported to the credit bureaus as current. This reporting will contain a comment that your account is being impacted by natural disaster.
Once your request for the forbearance plan has been received and approved, an agreement will be mailed to you within 7-10 days.
If you would like to request this forbearance plan on your mortgage or home equity line of credit, please click "Start Forbearance Request". If you would like to receive a call from a Union Bank representative to walk through the forbearance process, click "Request More Information".