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December 3, 2014
Overdrafts: Latest Regulatory Feedback, Guidance & Best Practices Webinar
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December 4, 2014
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December 9, 2014
Bankruptcy: Creditor Do's and Don'ts
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December 10, 2014
Branch Audits: What Is Going On Out There?
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December 11, 2014
Setting up New Accounts for Trusts
Mary Beth Guard

December 17, 2014
Integrated Disclosures - An Implementation Strategy
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December 18, 2014
Loan Review Best Practices for a Community Bank
Bob Fritzlan

December 19, 2014
PREPAID PRODUCTS - Understanding the CFPB Proposal
John Burnett



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#497348 - 02/10/06 02:53 PM Adjustable Rate Rider
Cynthia Barnes Offline
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Registered: 12/29/05
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I am confused on the ARM Rider. Are these required for 2nd mortgages?

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#497349 - 02/10/06 04:30 PM Re: Adjustable Rate Rider
rlcarey Offline
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Registered: 07/16/01
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Depends on what ARM rider you are talking about. Without reviewing the language on the specific rider you are referring too - it is hard to say.
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#497350 - 02/14/06 02:15 PM Re: Adjustable Rate Rider
regwhy Offline
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Registered: 09/21/05
Posts: 108
Loc: Midwest
The reasons we put an ARM rider in place was because the mortgage we used referred to a fixed rate only (this could have been Fannie Mae's standard mortgage now that I think about it?) Whereas one of our other loan systems lets you choose if the rate is an arm or fixed and prints out accordingly on the mortgage.

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#497351 - 03/10/06 03:47 PM Re: Adjustable Rate Rider
Cynthia Barnes Offline
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Registered: 12/29/05
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So if it amends the mortgage it wouldn't have to be recorded with the 2nd mortgage?

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#497352 - 03/11/06 08:18 AM Re: Adjustable Rate Rider
Richard Insley Offline
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Registered: 10/26/00
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Loc: Richmond, VA
A 'mortgage', 'deed of trust', or 'promissory note' is a contract. A 'rider', 'modification agreement', or 'allonge' is an amendment to a contract. If the contract document must be recorded in order to have the legal effect you desire, then it stands to reason that any or all amendments would have to be recorded in the same manner for the same reason.
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