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I paid over $1400.00 in real estate property taxes in 2014

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I paid over $1400.00 in real estate property taxes in 2014 with a monthly mortgage payment of $794.09 per month to my pri***** *****en holder, being that I am permanently handicap half of that $1400.00 in property tax was refunded to me on my 2014 tax return in 2015 . My pri***** *****en holder sold my mortgage to a new lien holder where as I am still paying $794.09 per month the entire year of 2015,but my new lien holder only show $738.00 of property tax were paid for 2015 on my form 1098 that they forward to me for tax year 2015. my previous lien holder 1098 forward to me from them doesn't show the other half of that property tax year 2015 being paid instead. I received an amortization showing that my escrow account had shortage of $279.00 to cover the shortage or start paying $815.14 effective 1 April 2015. which I did. missing $738.00. WM. Johnson
Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: Real Estate Law
Expert:  Phillips Esq. replied 1 year ago.
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