Can we provide football tickets to local realtors?
I need to know in this scenario if a CTR is required for the husband? The wife and husband come into the bank. The wife conducts a deposit to her personal (individual) account of $8,000 in cash. Then she conducts a deposit into the joint account (with her and husband) for $2,600. In my mind a CTR only needs completed on the wife because the wife is benefiting and conducted the $10,600 deposit. The husband did not conduct either transaction and is only benefiting from $2,600. Is my thinking correct? If required, please explain why a CTR is needed for the husband. Also, if a CTR is needed for the husband, I would like for you to consider this same scenario but without the husband present for the $8,000 deposit to the wife's account. When he enters the bank to make a $2,600 deposit to the joint account and we tell him we need to complete a CTR, wouldn't we be breaching customer information to tell him it is because his wife made a large cash deposit to her personal account early in the day?
I have a loan secured by a dwelling and a savings account. According to the HMDA commentary, I include the savings account when computing the CLTV. Okay, that's clear enough. My question is, do I include the savings account in reporting property value? Do I only include real property?
Can we remove some of the details in a home equity rate special disclosure for billboard advertising and replace with a toll free number?
I have a commercial loan with collateral as "operating interest in wells." Do we need a mortgage, UCC or both to perfect a security interest in this? Also, is this collateral even considered real estate collateral?