Escrow Overage?

Answer

Escrow Overage is basically used in a contract to place money in an account that will be subtracted from later in order to settle expenses which are specified in writing. Normally a mortgage lender will request that the new home buyer put two months of property tax payments and two months of home owners insurance payment in escrow before closing on the home loan. This money will be part of what is known as closing costs.
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The overage will be refunded to the borrower(s)
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First, let me offer condolences on the loss of your father. Is the mortgage solely in your father's name, and is your name not on the mortgage at all? If that is the case, I would
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