Under Regulation E, section 1005.9(b), Banks are required to include the type of transfer and the type of account to or from which the transfer was made. The commentary doesn't specify how you disclose the type of account under this section (however, it does specify how to disclose this for terminal receipts under 9(a)). So, my question is, is it OK that our periodic statements just state "transfer from account XXXX" instead of specifying the account type or should it be stating transfer from checking/savings?
We issued a Loan Estimate for a bridge loan to purchase a home to be secured with the purchased property and the applicant's current residence. Due to timing circumstances with the applicant and the sellers, the applicant now wants to expedite the purchase by using an investment account and use the TRID loan to get reimbursed. Can I use the same application and re-disclose the LE as a refinance or home equity purpose?
Our borrower is an individual. The purpose of the loan is refinancing a first lien with another lender. The property owner is Trust. Is this acceptable and do you have any recommendations for dealing with this scenario?
The maximum amount of flood insurance that can be purchased on a condo is 80% of the replacement cost of the building or the total number of units in the condo building times $250,000, whichever is less. What if there is no documented Replacement cost on the building, should we use the appraisal value as the basis of our calculation?
Can you add force placed insurance to a non-accrual loan that is well collateralized? State laws and the contract allow it for it.