We're excited to share that our new BECU mortgage website is launching December 12, 2017, with improved capability to make buying a home and managing your mortgage easier and more convenient.
Account Access Any Time
Our new mortgage website provides online service 24 hours a day, seven days a week and 365 days a year. The new website features powerful account management tools and a wealth of online mortgage information and resources designed to integrate with your connected, on-the-go life.
Get Answers to Your Questions
You can find in-depth answers to your questions using the “Ask a Question” search box on the Welcome page. Integrated LiveChat, available Monday through Friday, 8:30 am to 8:00 pm (EST), offers you another way to get answers quickly and privately, wherever you are. Secure messaging in online banking is also still available.
Tools to Manage Your Mortgage on Any Device
View your payment history, make payments and even update your profile—all using the new BECU mortgage website. And, because it's optimized for mobile devices using responsive web design (RWD), our new mortgage website functions as well on your smart phone as it does on your home computer.
Check out more of the features and capabilities we're excited about:
Access to eDocs
Sign up for paperless correspondence with the ability to view documents online: Billing Statement, Escrow Analysis Statement, 1098 Year End Statement, and various letters
Set up notifications for personal contact information updates, for ADE registration and many other website activities.
Use the self-help tool to calculate hypothetical scenarios, such as adding a curtailment to the monthly payment, or changing the loan's term or payment amount.
Requests loan document copies.
See current loan information, including loan activity and details, summary, escrow, mortgage insurance and tax information.
An easy way to print pages within the website.
Provides secure, seamless communication between members and BECU. Messages are sent directly from over a secure connection, allowing the two parties to share information without the fear of having member loan-sensitive information exposed, or otherwise violated.