A mortgagee clause is a provision in a homeowner’s insurance policy that ensures any unpaid loan amount is paid if a loss or damage of property happens. This is accomplished by allocating a portion of the insurance proceeds to the lender.
Updating your insurance information
It’s important U.S. Bank is listed as the mortgagee on your new insurance policy. If it doesn't list U.S. Bank in the clause, please contact your insurance carrier. Provide them with the information below.
U.S. Bank National Association
Its Successors and/or Assigns
C/O U.S. Bank Home Mortgage
PO Box 961045
Fort Worth, TX 76161-0045
You can send us a copy of your new insurance policy by mailing it to our address (see above), by faxing it to 831-296-1656 or by going online to ihaveinsurance.com/usbank.
To update your information using your mobile or desktop device, follow these steps:
The digital form automatically submits your personal information and document once the upload is complete.
Please ensure there's no lapse in coverage by scheduling your current policy to be cancelled the day before the new one takes effect.
If you have an escrow account:
If we receive the refund, we'll deposit it in your escrow account. Then we’ll update your insurance information and the premium to pay the correct carrier.
If you have questions about your mortgage account, please call us at 800-365-7772. We accept relay calls.
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