I would disagree with Kaybee on this one. If the residential real estate residual collateral value is greater than 50% of the value of the loan at origination then it would be a real estate secured loan and would not be a reportable small business loan unless the real estate was taken as an "abundance of caution" (meaning you would have still made the loan on the same terms and conditions with or without the real estate). So you may have a situation with considerable personal property (such as inventory, receivables, etc) as collateral but which also includes residential real estate and it will be disqualified as a reportable small business loan (because of the Call Report definition of "real estate secured loan").
If the RE residual collateral value is less than 50% then you clearly would be talking about a reportable small business loan if it fills all the other conditions of a small business loan.
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