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Convenient ways to make your ditech mortgage payment.

We make it easy for you to make your ditech mortgage payment and stay on track with your account. You can pay your mortgage online, set up automatic payments, wire us payments, use your bank’s bill paying service or mail your payments.

You can choose from any of the following payment methods:


AutoPay (Free).

This is the most popular mortgage payment option. It helps you avoid missed mortgage payments and late fees. With AutoPay, ditech automatically withdraws your monthly mortgage payment from your checking or savings account.

More about AutoPay

Login to MyAccount


Instant Electronic Payment (Free).

You can make a one-time electronic payment online with no fees or charges.

  1. Log into MyAccount
  2. Select Make a Payment

In addition to your ditech account information, provide the following information in the online form:

  • Your bank routing number
  • Your bank account number

Login to MyAccount


Automated Phone Payment ($10.00 fee).

You can set up a one-time electronic payment using ditech’s automated phone system for a convenience fee of $10.


Agent-Assisted Phone Payment ($19.00 fee).

A customer service agent can help you make a one-time electronic payment over the phone for a $19 fee.


Your Bank’s Bill Pay Service (Typically free, check with your bank).

Most financial institutions offer an automatic bill paying service. If yours does, you can ask your bank to transfer your mortgage payment each month from your checking or savings account to ditech.

Provide your bank with the following information:

  • Your ditech account number
  • Our name: Ditech Financial LLC
  • Our mailing address:

Ditech Payment Processing
PO Box 94710
Palatine, IL 60094-4710


Mail (Standard letter postage).

You can mail us your monthly mortgage payment. Be sure to send your payment early enough to arrive by the due date.

Include the following:

  • Payment via check or money order.
  • If you receive a paper statement, include the coupon from the bottom of your statement.
  • If you receive a GreenBill online billing statement, no coupon is needed. Simply note your account number on the check or money order.

Send your payment to the address shown on your statement with the information above.

Other ditech mailing addresses

Find the nearest U.S. Post Office


Western Union (Fee set by Western Union).

Paying your bill in person is fast and easy with Western Union:

Visit wu.com or call 1-800-225-5227 to find a participating agent location. No need to fill out a form — Western Union is formless. Just bring your account number to the service counter, tell the clerk the name of the company you wish to pay and the amount. You’ll receive a receipt with a MTCN (Money Transfer Control Number) to track your payment.


MoneyGram® (Fee set by MoneyGram).

At a MoneyGram Location

You can find the nearest location at www.moneygram.com or by calling 1-800-926-9400. You must pay in cash for both your mortgage payment and the MoneyGram fee.

Provide the following information to MoneyGram:

  • Your 9-digit ditech account number
  • Payment made payable to: ditech
  • ditech’s receive code: 0314

Find the nearest MoneyGram location

PAYMENT FAQS

Can I change an account so that it’s in my name or my living trust’s name?

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Unfortunately, the Promissory Note attached to the loan cannot be changed. This means that the original names on the account and lien documents must remain the same until there is a refinancing, payoff, or other kind of debt discharge.

The reasons for this are as follows. As a holder of the mortgage, ditech became a creditor to the individual, not the trust. Although it’s possible to transfer the ownership title, it’s not possible to change the name on the signed contract or Promissory Note without legally changing the creditor’s relationship to the borrower and the account. By requiring that the name on the account match the name on the Promissory Note, we are fulfilling a procedural requirement to protect the integrity of the account and the history of the loan.

Refinancing is one way to way to change responsible parties on an account. As a full-service mortgage company, we do offer refinancing options, including the Home Affordable Refinancing Program (HARP). Please visit the Home Refinance page to explore your refinancing options, or call us at 1-800-700-9212.

Can I refinance or assume the mortgage as a widow/widower?

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Many homeowners refinance after the death of a spouse or co-borrower. If you plan to refinance, submit a certified copy of your spouse’s death certificate with your County Recorder’s office, if the office has not already recorded it.

Taking this step will not affect the existing mortgage, but it does permit you to seek refinancing under your name. As a full-service mortgage company, we do offer refinancing options. Please visit the Home Refinance page to explore all your refinancing options, or call us at 1-800-700-9212.

To learn more about loan assumptions, visit our Assuming a loan page.

Can I transfer the property title to a trust?

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It is possible to transfer a property title to another party, person, or living trust. *This is something that your estate-planning professional may recommend.

Some title transfers require the consent of the lender or servicer before changes can be processed. To request ditech’s consent for a title transfer, please mail us a written request of your proposed changes to:

Ditech Account Processing
PO Box 6172
Rapid City, SD 57709-6172

*Please note, ditech does not permit title transfer on mobile homes or manufactured houses until the lien is fully satisfied.

Can my name replace that of another borrower on the account?

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In the event of a death, divorce, or estrangement, we can update our records to ensure that we send any future communications to the right person, but ditech cannot change the loan account itself.

In U.S. lending practices, the original borrower’s name stays on the mortgage loan until the loan is refinanced or paid off. The reason has to do with the relationship between the lender/servicer and the loan. As a holder of the mortgage, ditech is a creditor to the original borrower. In case of death, that relationship automatically transfers to the estate of the original borrower. It’s not possible to remove the name on the mortgage loan without legally changing the creditor’s relationship to the estate. By retaining the name of the original mortgagor on the contract, we are fulfilling a procedural requirement that protects the integrity of the original loan and its terms and our role as creditor.

For the same reason, ditech cannot alter the original names on an account in cases of divorce, estrangement, abandonment, or other status changes. The original name(s) on the account will remain until the debt is satisfied through refinancing, payoff, or other means.

How can I get a copy of my contract or title?

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You can request a copy by contacting our Customer Service department 1-800-643-0202 between 8 a.m. and 12 p.m. (EST) Monday through Friday, between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. (EST) Saturday or between 1 p.m. and 5 p.m. (EST) on Sunday.

How do I change or update my account after a divorce?*

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We know this can be a challenging time. We can help you change your account so that ditech addresses future letters or other communications solely in your name, and we can process your mailing address changes, if needed.

To protect your personal financial information, we need to verify any status or name changes. Please mail us a written request of your changes, as well as notarized copies of legal documents confirming the change (for example, a divorce decree), to:

Ditech Account Processing
PO Box 6172
Rapid City, SD 57709-6172

*Please note that in most cases a divorce decree alone does not remove financial obligation from either party. Even if a divorce court orders a transfer of rights and interests in a property, both parties will remain contractually obligated until the debt is satisfied. Options for satisfying the debt include paying off the loan in its entirety, selling the house, refinancing, or a loan assumption, if your loan terms allow it.

Refinancing is one way to way to change responsible parties on a mortgage account. As a full-service mortgage company, we do offer refinancing. Please visit the Home Refinance page to explore all your refinancing options, or call us at 1-800-700-9212.

How do I update my name due to marriage?

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We can help you with this. To protect you, your spouse, and your account, we do require verification of your name and/or status change. Please mail a written request of your changes, as well as notarized copies of legal documents confirming the change (for example, your marriage license), to:

Ditech Account Processing
PO Box 6172
Rapid City, SD 57709-6172

Upon receipt of your request and verification of the documents, we will be happy to make necessary updates to your account. Please allow 6-12 weeks for these changes to be reflected on your account.

I don’t understand this charge on my statement. Can you explain your fee schedule?

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While late fees are easy to understand, other charges that appear on your statement may not be so clear. Each loan is different, but most include potential fees for certain services or processing costs that the servicer incurs.

Visit our Common Fees and Costs page for general information on common, non-state-specific fees and costs that could be associated with a mortgage loan account.

Is My Current Home Loan Right For Me?

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If you're a ditech Customer, you can find the answer in your SmartWatch report. To view your report now, log in to MyAccount.

My spouse recently passed away. How do I remove their name—or that of a co-borrower—from the account?

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Please accept our condolences for your loss. It’s understandable that you may want to remove the name of your late spouse from your account or mortgage.  We can help you change your account so that ditech addresses future letters or other communications solely in your name. Please help us verify and protect your account by sending us a written notification of your spouse or co-borrower’s death, plus two required documents:

  1. A notarized copy of the death certificate, and
  2. Legal documentation of the estate administration. Acceptable legal documentation could be a probated will, a letter of testamentary, a letter from the probate court, or another legal document that names an executor/executrix.

Please send the written notification, notarized death certificate and estate documentation to:

Ditech Account Processing
PO Box 6172
Rapid City, SD 57709-6172

When is the ditech website down for maintenance?

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Every Sunday night, ditech performs secure weekly maintenance and back-up of our databases and systems, which includes the MyAccount section of the website. Please be advised that your online account will not be accessible between 9:00 p.m. CST Sunday night and 7:00 a.m. CST Monday morning. This weekly maintenance is necessary to protect our Customers' data and ensure the systems are running smoothly.

Will this remove my spouse’s name from the account?

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This may seem hard to understand, but the answer is no. In U.S. lending practices, the homeowner’s name stays on the mortgage until the loan is refinanced or paid off.

Why? The reason is that when a homeowner dies, their responsibility for the mortgage loan automatically transfers to their estate. As a holder of the mortgage loan, ditech is still a creditor to your spouse’s estate. It’s not possible to remove the name on the mortgage loan without legally changing the creditor’s relationship to the estate. By retaining the name of the original mortgagor on the contract, we are simply fulfilling a procedural requirement. In no way do we intend to diminish or ignore your loss.

Attention Current ditech Customers

When ditech calls, we always give our first name, state that the call may be monitored or recorded, and ask for (1) your first & last name, (2) your birthdate or the last 4 numbers of your SSN, and (3) one other piece of information.

If we leave a call-back number, it is always an 800 number with a 5-digit extension.

Digital Alerts are Here!

Reminders make life easier. Sign up for free alerts from ditech. You’ll receive an alert each time we post your payment, and other helpful notifications.

Log in to MyAccount and click on Messages & Alerts to manage your alerts.

You can access your mortgage account information online — safely and securely.

The first step is to create an online account that gives you secure access.

Our Hours

Monday - Friday8am - 9pm ET

Saturday8am - 5pm ET

Sunday*1pm - 5pm ET

*Sunday Hours: Home Loan Specialists available for new loan applications only. Associates are not available for questions about existing accounts or applications in progress.

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