Help Center

have a question about your loan?

We're here to help!  View the answers to our most frequently asked questions below.

Online Application
How do I reset my password?

Forgot your password?  No problem, it's easy to reset it.

  • From the Borrower Portal login screen, click "Forgot Password"
  • Enter your username and email address
  • Click "Next", then select how you would like to get the authentication code sent to you
  • One you get your code, enter it on the screen and click "Submit"
  • Enter your new password
  • You'll then be taken back to the login screen where you can enter your username and new password
How to I recover my username?
  • From the Borrower Portal login screen, click "Forgot Username"
  • Enter your first and last name (Make sure this is the name you registered with — i.e. Thomas vs. Tom)
  • Enter the email address associated with your account, then click "Submit"
  • An email will be sent to your inbox containing your username
I'm getting a message saying, "Webpage expires". What do i do?

First, clear your browser history and cache, then close your browser. Then, retry the link. If that doesn’t work you, can use another browser such as Firefox, Chrome, or Edge.

Can I use the same email address for myself and my co-borrower?

Yes, you can! Just be sure to look for the appropriate name in the subject line of the confirmation emails you will receive, because each borrower on the loan needs to create their own username and password.

Once you find the email with your name in in the subject line, click the top link in the email to be taken to the login screen. If you’ve already created an account, just enter your username and password to be taken to your loan. If you haven’t created a username, click the ‘Create Account’ button at the bottom of the screen and follow the prompts.

How do i e-sign disclosures or provide e-consent?

Each borrower on the loan will get an email (with their name in the subject line, for those with the same email address as their co-borrower) letting them know disclosures are ready to be electronically signed (e-signed). Each borrower on your loan needs to create their own username and password to e-sign these documents.

Once you open the email, click the top link to be taken to the login screen. If you’ve already created an account, just enter your username and password to be taken to your loan. If you haven’t created an account, click the “Create Account” button at the bottom of the screen and follow the prompts. After you create your account you’ll be taken to your loan in your portal.

The process is the same for providing e-consent.  Watch the clip below to learn more.

How do I submit bank and asset statements electronically? Is it safe?

As part of the loan application process, we need to gather your bank statements. You can do this electronically with our tool, Finicity, which gives you the ability to import your bank or other asset statements electronically, so you don’t have to track down all the paper statements.

We integrate with thousands of banks using bank-level security to create a secure connection.

To submit these documents, follow these steps:

  • Click "Add Assets"
  • Verify your information is correct
  • Select "Next"
  • Click to accept the terms and conditions and you can begin
  • Select your financial institutions, either by selecting the icon on the screen or typing the name in the search bar
  • Click "Connect" for each financial institution.  You'll be prompted to sign in using your bank credentials.
  • Choose all the individual accounts at each financial institution you want to use for verification
  • Review your chosen accounts and select "Submit Accounts" when ready
In-Process Loans
Will I have access to my loan information online?

Because Waterstone Mortgage does not service loans long term, we do not have an online portal for payments or account access. If you have questions regarding your loan account, please contact our customer service team. Once the loan servicing transfers, you can access your account information online with your servicer.

Will I receive a monthly statement from Waterstone Mortgage?

No, not unless we will be collecting more than two payments. If the servicing hasn’t transferred by the third payment, we will mail you a loan statement. Once your loan transfers, you will begin receiving statements from your new servicer.

How will I know when my loan has been transferred to the servicer?

When the servicing of your loan has transferred, you will receive a notification called “Notice of Assignment, Sale, or Transfer of Servicing Rights” via secure email or by mail. This notification will contain your new servicer’s contact and payment mailing information.

How do I upload documents?

Upoloading documents into our Borrower Portal is an essential part of your home loan. Watch the video below to learn more.

Making Payments
What payment options do you offer?

You can make payments via mail, with either a check or money order. You can also make a payment over the phone with our customer service team. There is no fee for either payment option. If paying over the phone, you will need to provide your bank’s routing number and a checking or savings account number.

Can I set up automatic payments?

Auto pay can be set up once your loan transfers to its long-term servicer.