Online Mortgage Payments To Jamaica - How To Make Them.
by Clifton Parris
(Denver, Colorado, USA)
QUESTION: I had recently migrated to Denver Colorado. I owned a house in Jamaica and need to continue with my mortgage payment. Can the payments be done on line. Please provide me with details.
by Devin, February 12 , 2013
Owning a home is everybody’s dream and as such, maintaining the mortgage payments is of utmost importance to all homeowners.
For the homeowners living here in Jamaica, mortgage payments are easy; as it can be done through a walk-in visit to your place of mortgage, enter into a standing order with your bank or credit union, or doing your own online banking.
For the homeowner who has migrated and wishes to continue payments back home, it is not as easy. If your mortgagor is Victoria Building Society, then you have one of four options to keep up with your payments.
- By mailing cheques, postal or U.S. domestic money orders (not the international money order) for credit to your account. They should be made payable to Victoria Mutual Building Society, and note your account number on the front.
Victoria Mutual Building Society
P.O. Box 7247-8801
Philadelphia, Pa. 19170-8801
- You may wire US currency may to your VMBS account by providing your bank with the following information:
Beneficiary: Victoria Mutual Building Society
Beneficiary's Account: 36149827
Beneficiary's Bank: Citibank
111 Wall Street, 6th FL./6
New York, New York 10043
Routing/ABA No. 021000089
Payment Details: For further credit to.............................................
(Write VMBS customer's name and VMBS Account No.)
- By mailing cheques, international or postal money orders for credit to your account by making them payable to Victoria Mutual Building Society, indicating the name and account number for which the funds are to be credited.
Kindly address your letter to:-
Victoria Mutual Building Society
Centralized Services Division
P.O. Box 90
8-10 Duke Street
- You may also visit our Victoria Mutual Money Transfer website at www.vmmoneytransfer.com and click on Xoom (www.xoom.com), follow the instructions on how to send money to your account online.
*Cheques and money orders will not be available for withdrawal immediately.
** Kindly note that there is an incoming wire transfer fee of US$18.00.
Cheques and money orders must be made payable to Victoria Mutual Building Society and your account number should be written on the front.
For further information, send your queries to email@example.com
National Housing Trust
If your mortgager is National Housing Trust (NHT), then your mode of payment from overseas is through the sending of an International Money Order. Online contact can be made through their email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Jamaica National Building Society
If you are with the Jamaica National Building Society, contact can be made via their email at email@example.com or browse their website at www.jnsbl.com.
Related: Making NHT Contributions From Abroad.
See Also: National Housing Trust Jamaica.
Devin, for My-Island-Jamaica.com
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