I agree with the above skittles, and in that example, the PR is the 'current residence". That's not the case in the poster's scenario.
(ps) An FRB examiner is who used that 'where you lay your head at' tonight, btw.
It's always stuck in my head ever since!
Maybe I should un-stick it.
ETA: ROR was 'invented' to protect a consumer from borrowing against the home they live in and potentially losing it. They no longer live in that home. Do I think there would be a problem in giving it anyway? Absolutely not, it's the same/similar sitch as a bridge loan. Why? Because how do I know for certain they are really moving that very day. Would I accept a letter in writing stating that fact? Yes..been there, done that. Secondary market loans to boot! Usually it was situations where the folks relocated, had already moved, still had a home whereever, but were moving in the home they were closing on...or already lived there.