In Indiana, I know that if a maturity date is not listed on the filed mortgage that the maximum term is 20 years. But if a maturity date is stated on a HELOC, is there a state/federal/regulated maximum maturity and what is it? Obviously, you have to look at the draw period and calculate a projected repayment, but can the maturity date be the actual date of repayment or would it have to balloon so as to keep with the state or federal regulation of maximum maturity date?
Has FinCEN issued any new guidance on banking marijuana-related businesses? Has it rescinded its 2014 guidance?
We have a loan in the pipeline and received notice that the building is in a special flood zone area. The building is a multiple unit apartment building consisting of a basement and 4 floors. There was an elevation certificate done which showed that only the basement is in the flood area. There is nothing in the basement, and no contents stored there. I realize that in determining the minimum required flood insurance we have to take into consideration: 1-Replacement cost of the building / appraised value; 2- MAX limits of coverage: $500,000.00 limit for structure / $500,000 for contents (since this is a multiple unit apartment building), and the 3- loan amount. Our question is, once we assign a value, and because the flood area is only in the basement, as determined by the elevation certificate, since the building is 4 floors and a basement, can use 1/5 of the value as a factor in determining minimum required flood insurance?
A customer signed her application using a hyphenated name. Her property is in solely her maiden name, but it is vested as "husband and wife". Do I still need to put a/k/a on documents?
Should a loan officer be the one signing loan docs or can it be anyone that is an officer of the bank do this?