Access Our Customer Portal

Make A Payment, View Your Statement, Manage Your Account

New and Current Customers!

Welcome to our new Forward Lending Customers

To access and set up your account use the following information:

  • USER ID: Please have your Loan Number ready.
  • Password: Use the Last Four Digits of your SSN

New and Current Customers!

Welcome to our new Forward Lending Customers

To access and set up your account use the following information:

  • USER ID: Please have your Loan Number ready.
  • Password: Use the Last Four Digits of your SSN

 

Frequently Asked Questions

  • How do I find my Loan Number?
  • When does my loan transfer?
  • Are there resources and links I can use for COVID, CFPB, and government agencies?

Frequently Asked Questions

How to Find Your Loan Account Number:

 

On your Mortgage Loan Statement from OCMBC/ Forward Lending it is located in the TOP Right Corner and on the payment coupon. 

Refer to the image below. 

When does my loan transfer?

Forward Lending does not have the authority to relieve you of your mortgage payment obligations. Forward Lending will service your mortgage for an interim period only, generally for thirty (30) days, then transfer your loan to a long-term Servicing Investor (i.e.: Wells Fargo, Chase Bank). The Servicing Investor owns the beneficial and long-term servicing rights in your mortgage and has the authority to assist you with any deferred mortgage payment requests. Forward Lending is unable to transfer a borrower with delinquent payments to a Servicing Investor. Not making your mortgage payment will prohibit you from being transferred to a Servicing Investor who may have workout options

How do I make automatic payments?

To make automatic payments with Forward Lending, fill out our Automatic Payment Authorization form and mail with a voided check to OCMBC, Inc 19000 MacArthur Blvd, Suite 300, Irvine, CA 92612. Click here to access our payment form.

What resources and links are available?

While this is not a comprehensive list, it is a great start for referencing the information: