Question: How Do I Pay My Mortgage With Credit Card Points?

Asked By: Louis Cook Date: created: Nov 17 2021

Can I pay my mortgage with a credit card to get points

Answered By: Wallace Torres Date: created: Nov 17 2021

Earning points off your home mortgage is tricky.

Most lenders won’t let you make a direct monthly home loan payment with a credit card.

All is not lost, though.

Even though you can’t make your loan payments directly with your credit card, it’s still possible to earn credit card points for a mortgage.

Asked By: Abraham Rodriguez Date: created: Jun 08 2021

How can I pay my mortgage off with a credit card

Answered By: Isaiah Turner Date: created: Jun 09 2021

An easier method is to use a third-party company which can process your credit card payment, and pay your mortgage company directly. One company, Plastiq, allows mortgage payments only if you have a Mastercard or Discover credit card, but charges a hefty fee of 2.5% of your mortgage payment.

Asked By: Patrick Rivera Date: created: Jun 23 2021

Can I use my Capital One Venture card to pay my mortgage

Answered By: Benjamin Diaz Date: created: Jun 23 2021

While the minimum spending requirement for the Capital One® Venture® Rewards Credit Card is lower than some of its peers, it can still be a stretch for those who don’t regularly charge much without adding rent or mortgage payments to the mix.

Asked By: Connor Butler Date: created: Nov 07 2020

Can I use my Amex to pay my mortgage

Answered By: Gabriel Hernandez Date: created: Nov 10 2020

Since most lenders won’t let you charge your mortgage to a credit card, you’ll have to use a third-party payment service. You can only use Mastercard or Discover: Visa and American Express don’t support mortgage payments through the platform.

Asked By: David Morgan Date: created: Feb 05 2022

Why can’t you pay your mortgage with a credit card

Answered By: Aaron Lewis Date: created: Feb 08 2022


Putting your mortgage payment on a credit card can result in costly interest charges if you don’t pay your credit card bill off in full every month. The long-term expense of carrying large ongoing balances would easily wipe out any rewards you might earn.

Asked By: Carl Peterson Date: created: Feb 05 2022

What bills can be paid with a credit card

Answered By: Austin Henderson Date: created: Feb 05 2022

Let’s look at which types of bills make the most sense to pay by credit card.

  • Mortgage.
  • Rent.
  • Car payment.
  • Car and home insurance.
  • Health insurance.
  • Taxes.
  • Utilities, cellphone, internet, cable.
  • Subscription services.

Asked By: Jake Howard Date: created: Oct 02 2021

Do you still get cash back if you pay before statement

Answered By: Michael Jenkins Date: created: Oct 02 2021

When you use a credit card for your purchases, you earn the same amount of points, miles, or cash-back on your spending whether you pay your balance in full before the statement closes or not.

Asked By: Blake Brooks Date: created: Feb 27 2021

Can I pay my utilities with a credit card

Answered By: Ronald Garcia Date: created: Mar 02 2021

Yes, most electric, gas, water and trash removal companies allow customers to pay by credit card. Some charge a small convenience fee for this option, while others don’t. Paying your utility bill with a credit card could be a smart option if you carry a rewards credit card.

Asked By: Jake Brown Date: created: Sep 13 2021

Can I pay a loan with a credit card

Answered By: David Reed Date: created: Sep 13 2021

Yes, a credit card can pay off a personal loan.

“Some credit card issuers will allow you to do it directly through your online account like any other balance transfer. “If your issuer won’t allow you to do it directly through their balance transfer tool, you can request credit card convenience checks instead.

Asked By: Morgan Clark Date: created: Jun 24 2021

Can I use Plastiq to pay myself

Answered By: Chase Russell Date: created: Jun 27 2021

However, Plastiq lets you send payment to any business or person in any industry/category (within the US and Canada) and for any amount so long as there is a good or service being provided. You cannot pay yourself. Plastiq’s interface, embedded organization tools, security and ability to pay anyone make it easy to use.

Asked By: Blake Flores Date: created: Feb 06 2021

Does Plastiq count as cash advance

Answered By: Elijah Thomas Date: created: Feb 08 2021

Plastiq will not support any payments that might be treated as a cash advance by your card-issuer and will prevent any payments that could incur cash advance treatment.

Asked By: Carter Reed Date: created: Apr 25 2021

Can I pay my rocket mortgage with a credit card

Answered By: Bryan Campbell Date: created: Apr 26 2021

Your mortgage is a bill and it must be paid each month until maturity, just like other recurring bills. But loan servicers don’t give homeowners the option to pay with a credit card (for good reason!) unlike most other bills.

Asked By: Luke Diaz Date: created: Jan 18 2021

Can I pay rent with Amex

Answered By: Tyler Hernandez Date: created: Jan 21 2021

American Express is very, very rarely accepted. (Although WeWork does let us pay the rent for the HFP office on an Amex!) However there is finally a way around that. Thanks to Billhop you can now pay almost any bill or invoice with any Amex, Visa or MasterCard card, have it treated as a purchase and earn reward points.

Asked By: Hunter Hernandez Date: created: Jul 22 2021

Can I use Amex to pay bills

Answered By: Tyler Hall Date: created: Jul 25 2021

To pay your bills with your AmEx – just like for any other payment on Billhop – you simply need to know: The bank details of your recipient (sort code and account number) The amount you would like to pay. The reference you need to enter so that your payee can identify your transaction.

Asked By: Martin Carter Date: created: Dec 13 2021

Can you skip a mortgage payment

Answered By: Diego Hernandez Date: created: Dec 13 2021

Many lenders offer mortgage products that allow homeowners to skip between 1-4 monthly mortgage payments each year, without question. If you decide to skip a payment, it simply means you won’t be making one of your regular mortgage payments (principal + interest).

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