Making mortgage payments can be difficult, but not if you’re a customer of PNC Bank. The Pennsylvania-based bank offers a variety of ways to pay off your PNC mortgage.
Read over these PNC mortgage payment options to determine which one will work best for you.
Paying Your PNC Mortgage by Phone
If you need to make a mortgage payment immediately, call the PNC Mortgage phone number at 800-822-5626. You will be connected to an automated system in which you can say, “Make a mortgage payment.” From there, you will be asked a series of questions to help you complete your payment. Make sure to have either your Social Security number or bank account number handy.
To speak to a representative and make your mortgage payment, immediately press “0” followed by “#” when connected to the customer service line, and the representative will access your account information.
If you can’t reach the PNC Mortgage customer service line, you can also make a payment by calling PNC Bank’s general customer service line at 800-PNC-Bank. When prompted about the nature of your call, say, “Make mortgage payment,” and an automated system will guide you through the process. But note, there is a $7 fee for payments completed by phone.
PNC Mortgage offices are open from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. ET.
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Paying Your PNC Mortgage Online
For any online payments, you decide how much you want to pay.
- Go to pnc.com and log in to your account.
- Enter your user ID and password to access your PNC account dashboard.
- Click on “Payment details” under the mortgage section.
- Hit “Schedule payment.” Payments made by 10 p.m. ET will be accounted for on the next business day.
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Paying Your PNC Mortgage Through Automatic Withdrawals
Setting up automatic payments or Electronic Funds Transfer (ETFs) is another easy way to keep you on track to pay off your mortgage on time. Here are two options:
- Visit any PNC bank location and speak with a teller OR,
- Request an automatic withdrawal form via phone by calling PNC Mortgage or through your online account. If you do so through your online account, click “payment details” to access the account.
Paying Your PNC Mortgage In Person
Stop by your nearest PNC branch and complete your payment with the assistance of a bank teller. Use the coupon in your coupon book or from your billing statement to make your monthly mortgage payments to PNC Mortgage and write your loan number on your check. Don’t know if a PNC bank is near you? Check out where to find a PNC branch in your state here.
Paying Your PNC Mortgage Through Bi-Weekly Draft
You can make half of your fixed monthly PNC mortgage payment every two weeks, where the money will be held in escrow. The bank will withdraw money from your account only when there are sufficient funds to complete your mortgage payment.
Paying Your PNC Mortgage by Mail
You can also mail in your monthly PNC mortgage payments. The mailing address varies based on state.
|PNC Mortgage Address|
|West Coast States||East Coast States|
|PNC Mortgage P.O. Box 54828|
Los Angeles, CA 90054
|PNC Mortgage P.O. Box 6534|
Carol Stream, IL 60197
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