Mortgages & Loans
What Is An Escrow Payment?
An escrow payment is the portion of a homeowner's monthly mortgage payment that is held by the loan provider to pay for taxes and insurance. It is also known as prepaid reserves. The loan provider holds the escrow funds in a separate account from the money identified to pay off the principal and interest.
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