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Home Loan Payment Assistance

Understanding the Home Loan Payment Relief Process
NavyArmy is committed to helping home loan members experiencing financial hardships. Currently many of our members are experiencing financial difficulties from the impact of COVID-19. We’re here to help!

Please watch this informative video for a brief overview of payment assistance options.

Where do I start?

Step 1: Initiate your Request
Please contact us at 1-800-622-3631 ext. 1003 or use our simple and convenient Loan Solution Center to submit your request for home loan payment assistance.

We strongly encourage utilizing our Loan Solution Center to avoid long phone hold times!

Loan Solution Center: How-To Guide


Step 2: Understanding your COVID-19  Home Loan Payment Assistance
Temporary Hardship typically results in a forbearance. Here's what you need to know about a forbearance:

The suspended payments will be due in full. It is difficult right now, to predict the impact or time it will take to recover from this COVID-19 pandemic. If your financial situation is stabilized before the 90 days and you are able to pay your payments as agreed, thank you!

If you are unable to pay your payments and need more time or other alternatives, please contact us at 1-800-622-3631 ext. 1003 or visit our Loan Solution Center to request additional assistance.


Step 3: Return signed Forbearance Agreement

A Forbearance Agreement will be mailed to you. You will be required to return the signed and dated Forbearance Agreement before the date shown on the agreement. Please view the Sample Forbearance Agreement in order to know what to expect. All borrowers must sign and date the agreement.

The signed and dated forbearance agreement can be returned using any of the following methods:

  1. Submit and Complete by using our Loan Solution Center  secure portal
  2. Email form directly to Loss Mitigation at [email protected]
  3. Fax to 1-847-574-7569 / Attention: Loss Mitigation
  4. Mail to:
    Loss Mitigation, Mail Stop LMP1710
    1 Corporate Drive #3601
    Lake Zurich, IL 60047

Frequently Asked Questions:

Will there be a charge to get help


When can I speak with a home preservation specialist?

Home preservation specialists are available Monday – Friday, 9 am to 5 pm CST.


What is a Forbearance Agreement?
Temporary Hardship typically results in a forbearance or repayment plan. Here's what you need to know about both programs and how they help you get through a temporary hardship.

How does a forbearance work?
A forbearance plan reduces or suspends the amount of your regular monthly mortgage payment if a life event is expected to decrease your cash-on-hand soon. More often, it is used in times of temporary hardship, like unemployment.

How does this benefit you?
For a specific period, a forbearance plan can provide short-term mortgage payment relief until you're in a better financial situation.

Important Considerations:


Will my credit be affected during a forbearance?
Loans that are in forbearance with missed payments will NOT be reported to credit bureaus. Borrowers that do make their regular payments will be reported regularly.


How does a repayment plan work?

Important considerations:
During the repayment period, your payments may be much higher than your regular payment amount. We'll need to make sure your income can support those payments before starting your plan.
Permanent (long term) Hardship typically results in a loan modification. Here’s what you need to know about a loan modification and how it can help you get through a permanent (long term) hardship.


What happens after the Forbearance Period has expired?
The suspended payments will be due in full. It is difficult right now to predict the impact or time it will take to recover from this COVID-19 pandemic. If you recover and can afford to pay your payments as agreed, thank you!

If you are unable to pay your payments and need more time or other alternatives, please contact us at 1-800-622-3631 or visit our Loan Solution Center to request additional assistance.


PLEASE NOTE: All suspended payments will be due at the expiration of the forbearance period. If you are unable to make the suspended payments at the expiration of the forbearance period, you can request additional assistance.