How to Make a Payment to Homecomings Financial

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As of July 1, 2009, Homecomings Financial loans are being serviced by GMAC Mortgage. The login information for GMAC is the same as it was for your Homecomings.com account. If you did not have an online account with Homecomings.com or if you are having problems logging in, enroll or re-enroll at GMACMortgage.com. There are four ways to make a payment to GMAC Mortgage.

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  • Telephone
  • Envelope
  • Stamp
  • Pen

Pay your Homecomings Financial bill over the phone by calling (800) 766-4622 if this is your first mortgage. Your call will be answered by an automated system. You will need your account number or Social Security number to access your account information over the phone. If you are paying on a home equity loan, the phone number is (800) 205-4622.

Payments may be mailed by standard mail to: GMAC Mortgage P.O. Box 79135 Phoenix, Arizona 85062-9135

Express mail payments should be sent to: GMAC Mortgage 6716 Grade Lane Building 9, Suite 910 Louisville, Kentucky 40213-1407

Payments can be sent through Western Union for a fee of $12.95. If you need your payment to get to GMAC on the same day, a wire transfer is the best option. The Western Union clerk will need three pieces of information: Pay to: Western Union Code City: Home State: Iowa

Western Union locations can be found at www.westernunion.com or by calling (800) 325-6000.

Another way to wire money to GMAC Mortgage is through Moneygram. The fee for sending money through Moneygram is $8.50 for $10,000; or $8.50 for $1,900 at Wal-Mart. To send money with Moneygram, you need your account number and the receiver code 2365. The latest time to make a Moneygram payment that will be credited to your account the same day is 3 p.m. Central Standard Time. Moneygram locations can be found at www.moneygram.com or by calling (800) 926-9400.

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