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What does the term investor suspense adjustment mean?

What does the term investor suspense adjusment mean? by mitchellterry77 from Woodward, Oklahoma. Jun 8th 2011 Reply


Tom Stevens (Thomas.Stevens)
#19 ranked lender in Massachusetts - 68 contributions

I've only seen that term on loans that have been modified or are delinquent. The investor is the entity that owns your mortgage (typically FannieMae, FreddieMac, GinnieMae or a group of private investors.) They can assess charges and fees to your servicer (the people who send you your bill) which get passed on to you with cryptic terms such as the "investor suspense adjustment" that you saw. Your best bet is to call your servicer.

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Gianni Cerretani (mortgagegodfather)
#37 ranked lender in Georgia - 238 contributions

You would need to be more specific and give more details as to what you are looking at. Is it your exisiting mortgage statement, a new loan approval?

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Brian McFedries (bmcfed)
#7 ranked lender in California - 439 contributions

Can you use it in a sentance? I believe it has to do with a negative escrow balance. What is the context?

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What does the term investor suspense adjustment mean?

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