Low down payment options
Make a low down payment on your home purchase or home refinancing transaction.
1All loans are subject to credit review and approval. Rates, program terms and conditions vary by state and are subject to change without notice.
2A qualified provider must be independent of the lender, with homeownership education content that is aligned with National Industry Standards (NIS) or is offered by a housing counseling agency approved by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD).
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NMLS ID # 417584
Popular Bank, PO Box 4503, Oak Park, IL 60303-4503.
Customer Service Phone: 1-888-500-2612
For New York Borrowers: Popular Bank is regulated by the New York Department of Financial Services (NYDFS). To file a complaint contact New York State Department of Financial Services Consumer Assistance Unit at 1-800-342-3736 or by visiting the Department’s website at www.dfs.ny.gov. Popular Bank may utilize third party service providers to service your loan but remains responsible for all actions taken by the third party.
For more information regarding fees for mortgages and home equities serviced by Popular Bank, please see our Residential Mortgage and Home Equity Product Servicing Fees here. Does not apply to mortgages serviced by Popular Mortgage Services. For information regarding fees for Popular Mortgage Services accounts, please sign in to your account.
NYC Residents: Popular Bank provides language access services in Spanish. Please note that Popular Bank has customer service options to speak with an agent in Spanish. Popular Bank’s language access services are limited to verbal communications with an agent in Spanish. Popular Bank does NOT provide any other language access services in Spanish (or any other language) and, specifically, does not provide translations of any documents in Spanish (or any other language).
A translation and description of commonly-used debt collection terms is available in multiple languages on the NY Department of Consumer Affair’s website, www.nyc.gov/dca