Get Escrow Information

This request allows you to pull a loan's escrow information.


The LoanPro calculator and Loan Management System (LMS) allow you a great deal of configuration when it comes to setting up and using escrow. To achieve this, the API uses a combination of multiple escrow objects. Here's what you need to know when pulling escrow information:

  • There are 6 separate escrow objects. Here's a breakdown of those objects:
Object NameDescription
These two objects both hold Escrow Bucket information.
EscrowCalculatorsThis object holds Escrow Calculator information.
EscrowTransactionsThis object holds transaction information. If you're looking for information on payments made to an escrow account, this is where you'd want to look.
EscrowCalculatedTxThis object holds information for escrow transactions and how they have affected the escrow account for a loan.
EscrowAdjustmentsThis object holds information for adjustments that are made to the escrow portion of a loan.

An escrow adjustment consists of two pieces of data: the payment period when the escrow amount will start to be added to payments, and the amount that will come due with each payment.

When you enter an escrow adjustment, it will affect all payments from the payment period you enter forward.
  • You can expand multiple objects within a single request. If you'd like to pull all of the escrow information for a loan with one request, you'll format your endpoint like the following:$expand=EscrowCalculatedTx,EscrowAdjustments,EscrowTransactions,EscrowSubsets,EscrowSubsetOptions,EscrowCalculators


For information on escrow database tables, see the following articles:


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