Can you add force placed insurance to a non-accrual loan that is well collateralized? State laws and the contract allow it for it.
Why can't we hold customers liable for carrying their PIN with their card?
I have questions that bother me when I dealing with a commercial real estate transaction where a residential property is taken as collateral. When does the Notice of Right to Receive a copy of an Appraisal apply? I have seen many different concepts in the internet regarding to dwelling: - A 1-4 residential property which is the borrower or guarantor's principal residence; - Any 1-4 residential property which is the borrower's principal residence, and it is going to be refinanced; or - Any 1-4 residential property taken as collateral in the commercial real estate transaction. I would like somebody clarify which is in compliance. I am in Florida if that matters.
We are a commercial bank in New York. Do we need to report interest that is paid on our real estate escrow accounts to the IRS?
A question has come up in regard to public comments left on the bank's Facebook page. Would Facebook comments that relate to the bank's performance in helping meet community credit needs rise to the level of placing these in the bank's Public File?