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P.O. Box 1064
San Benito, TX 78586
1 (877) 399-1211

Taxes

My account is escrowed for taxes and I received a tax bill, what should I do with it? TOP

If your account is escrowed for taxes and your payments are current, we will pay your real estate taxes for you using the funds in your escrow account.

If you receive any tax bills, please keep them for your records. It is your responsibility to pay non-real estate bills (such as water, sewer, or solid waste) or any other supplemental tax bills that are not included in the regular real estate bill (road assessment, roll back taxes, etc).

What do I do if I my tax payments are not escrowed? TOP

If you do not have an escrow account, you are responsible for paying your property taxes directly to the respective taxing entities.

You are expected to pay the full amount of the taxes owed on or before the date they are due. Once you have paid your property tax bill, please forward a copy of the payment receipt to:

Investor Loan Services
Attn: Escrow Department
P.O. Box 1064
San Benito, TX 78586

If you have not received your tax statements please contact the taxing entity. You are still responsible for paying your property taxes regardless of whether you have received a tax statement.

I just received my escrow analysis, why did my monthly escrow payment increase? TOP

  • An escrow payment is increased after an escrow analysis has been performed that shows the property tax or hazard insurance amounts have increased from the previous year or will increase due to changes in the appraisal value of the property or the tax rate. An escrow payment may also increase if the prior year escrow was not sufficient to cover the items paid.
  • Investor Loan Services, Inc. pays your taxes and/or insurance in the amount billed by your tax collector or insurance company. Please contact your local tax collector or insurance company for information pertaining to tax amounts, increases or decreases, assessed values, tax rates, copies of your tax receipts and insurance premium information.

What is a Homestead Exemption and how do I qualify? TOP

A Homestead Exemption, if available, is granted by the appraisal district or taxing authority, and may reduce the property taxes paid by the property owner. You may be eligible for a Homestead Exemption if you reside on the property. Other exemptions may be available. Contact your appraisal district or taxing authority for more information. If you have been granted any exemptions, please send a copy of the completed approved exemption forms to:

Investor Loan Services
Attn: Escrow Department
P.O. Box 1064
San Benito, TX 78586

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