If we have a rate sheet that we give to real estate agents and our loan originators, but we know the true use will be for them to hand it to consumers or post it where consumers can readily access it, wouldn't we need to have the APR on it?
Our mortgage department is putting together a script for a generic radio ad promoting their department and our offering of home loans. I know the obvious requirement of FDIC and EHL being mentioned. However, I'm unable to find concrete support as to whether our bank's NMLS ID must also be included. I saw a comment in the forum stating that banks aren't required to include it but can't find regulatory guidance to support that. Can you offer me some wisdom or direct me to a resource? I'm in Texas, by the way. I've also searched for state specifications and came up empty.
We include the Equal Housing Lender logo in all our home loan ads. Are we also required to include the “Equal Opportunity Lender” logo?
How does fair lending impact commercial loans, which is not “consumer protection” controlled?
We don't make owner occupied mortgages, but do make business purpose loans for rental properties. Do we need to continue using the Equal Housing Lender logo in advertising?
Will Loan Production Offices help in fair lending if we decide to close branches?
The CFPB hasn’t been active in fair lending other than mortgages, correct, does this present any challenges?
How might national banks assessment areas be impacted by the new CRA rules?
What was the HMDA data problem from 2019?
Ever since CIP we started keeping copies of IDs in our files. Is this OK?