have the authority to enforce these requirements. documents in the last year, 43 Includes a certification signed by the appraiser that the appraisal was prepared in accordance with the requirements of title XI of the Financial Institutions Reform, Recovery and Enforcement Act of 1989, as amended (12 U.S.C. (commonly referred to as the Administrative Procedures Act) after 15 U.S.C. These survey data will be combined with the credit repository information of non-respondents, and then deidentified. have the authority to impose interim actions and suspensions against a Question 44: The Agencies also solicit comment on whether creditors who have a reasonable belief that the transaction will not be a higher-risk mortgage loan at the time of application, but later determine that the applicant only qualifies for a higher-risk mortgage loan, should be allowed an opportunity to cure and give the required disclosure at some later time in the application process. In particular, the APOR consistently includes the contract interest rate and “total points,”  Number and Classes of Affected Entities, Request for Comments on Proposed Information Collection, PART 34—REAL ESTATE LENDING AND APPRAISALS, Subpart G—Appraisals for Higher Risk Mortgage Loans, Appendix A to Subpart G—Appraisal Safe Harbor Review, Appendix B to Subpart G—OCC Interpretations, Alternative 1: Annual Percentage Rate—Paragraph (a)(2)(i), Alternative 2: Transaction Coverage Rate—Paragraph (a)(2)(i), Commentary to § 34.203—Appraisals for Higher-Risk Mortgage Loans, Subpart B—Appraisals for Higher Risk Mortgage Loans, Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System, PART 226—TRUTH IN LENDING ACT (REGULATION Z), Appendix N to Part 226—Appraisal Safe Harbor Review, Supplement I to Part 226—Official Interpretations, Section 226.43—Appraisals for Higher-Risk Mortgage Loans, PART 1026—TRUTH IN LENDING ACT (REGULATION Z), Appendix N to Part 1026—Appraisal Safe Harbor Review, Supplement I to Part 1026—Official Interpretations, Chapter XII—Federal Housing Finance Agency, Subpart A—Requirements for Higher-Risk Mortgages, https://www.federalregister.gov/d/2012-20432, MODS: Government Publishing Office metadata, http://www.federalreserve.gov/generalinfo/foia/ProposedRegs.cfm, http://www.FDIC.gov/regulations/laws/federal/propose.html, http://www.ncua.gov/Legal/Regs/Pages/PropRegs.aspx, http://files.consumerfinance.gov/f/201207_cfpb_proposed-rule_integrated-mortgage-disclosures.pdf, http://files.consumerfinance.gov/f/201207_cfpb_proposed-rule_high-cost-mortgage-protections.pdf, http://www.ffiec.gov/ratespread/newcalchelp.aspx#9, http://www.freddiemac.com/pmms/abtpmms.htm, http://www.consumerfinance.gov/reports/reverse-mortgages-report, http://portal.hud.gov/hudportal/HUD?src=/program_offices/housing/rmra/oe/rpts/hecm/hecmmenu, http://www.fbi.gov/stats-services/publications/mortgage-fraud-2010/mortgage-fraud-report-2010, http://www.consumerfinance.gov/regulations/, http://www.ffiec.gov/hmda/pdf/2010guide.pdf, http://mortgage.nationwidelicensingsystem.org/slr/common/mcr/Pages/default.aspx, http://www.sba.gov/sites/default/files/files/Size_Standards_Table.pdf, Has a First Mortgage or a Contract, Conditional on Ownership, Has a Closed-End Second Mortgage or a Contract, Has a Closed-End Second Mortgage or a Contract, Conditional on Ownership, Moved in in the Past Year, Conditional on Ownership, Moved in in the Past Year, Conditional on Ownership and Having a First Mortgage or Contract. This assumes, however, that full-interior appraisal probabilities in the absence of the proposed rule are the same for rural and non-rural originations. The term “principal dwelling” has the same meaning under § 34.203(a)(2) as under 12 CFR 1026.2(a)(24). This document is issued by the title insurance company prior to the company's issuance of an actual title insurance policy to the property's transferee and/or creditor financing the transaction. (e) Qualified mortgage has the same meaning as in 12 CFR 1026.43(e). A copy of a title commitment report  (C) the appraiser registers with the appraiser certifying or The Board seeks information and comment on any costs, compliance requirements, or changes in operating procedures arising from the application of the proposed rule to small institutions. a timely basis to the national registry of the Appraisal Subcommittee; (3) transmit reports on a timely basis of supervisory As discussed above, all of the elements of the statutory definition of the term “residential mortgage loan” are incorporated into proposed § 1026.XX(a)(2)(i). 3339, 3350(4). sections 1473(f)(4) and 1473(t)(1)--(3) of title XIV of the Act of July If the Bureau adopts a more inclusive finance charge, the Agencies will consider whether to adopt the TCR in this rule. federally related transactions if such appraisal is prepared by licensing agency, and shall submit to a background investigation licensed appraisers who are eligible to perform appraisals in federally (ii) in the case of such a company that has not been in existence Mandating that the appraiser conduct a physical visit to the interior of the property, and. and, (2) REPORTS TO CONGRESS AND THE APPROPRIATE FEDERAL (Pub. This site displays a prototype of a “Web 2.0” version of the daily Accordingly, proposed § 1026.XX(b)(3)(i)(B) implements this requirement by requiring the creditor to compare the price paid by the seller to acquire the property with the price that the consumer is obligated to pay to acquire with property, as specified in the consumer's agreement to acquire the property. 3339(3)), which relates to the review of appraisals, is not relevant for determining whether an appraiser is a certified or licensed appraiser under § 34.203(a)(1). If a loan meets the definition of a higher-risk mortgage loan, then the creditor would be required to obtain a written appraisal prepared by a certified or licensed appraiser who conducts a physical visit of the interior of the property that will secure the transaction, and send a copy of the written appraisal to the consumer (Written Appraisal). title, shall--. For purposes of § 1026.XX(b)(3)(i)(B), a creditor is not obligated to determine whether and to what extent the agreement is legally binding on both parties. See http://portal.hud.gov/hudportal/HUD?src=/program_offices/housing/rmra/oe/rpts/hecm/hecmmenu (“Home Equity Conversion Mortgage Characteristics”). and controlled by a financial institution and regulated by a Federal Board of The Appraisal Foundation. 1639h(f). Question 27: The Agencies solicit comment on whether the price at which the consumer is obligated to pay to acquire the property, as reflected in the consumer's acquisition agreement, provides sufficient clarity to creditors on how to comply while providing consumers adequate protection. Proposed comment XX(b)(3)(i)(B)-2 also explains that the price at which the consumer is obligated to pay to acquire the property from the seller does not include the cost of financing the property to clarify that a creditor should only consider the sale price of the property as reflected in the consumer's acquisition agreement. As discussed above, proposed § 1026.XX(b)(3)(vi)(B) would require a higher-risk mortgage loan creditor that cannot determine the seller's acquisition date or price to obtain an additional appraisal. 1639h(b)(3)(B). See 2012 HOEPA Proposal at 46-47, 218.. Appraisal Subcommittee or perform appraisals in connection with federally related transactions, First, as the sole system supporting licensure/registration of mortgage companies for 53 agencies for states and territories and mortgage loan originators under the SAFE Act, NMLS contains basic identifying information for non-depository mortgage loan origination companies. 98. This section now describes each dataset in turn. These markup elements allow the user to see how the document follows the 3339), that relate to an appraiser's development and reporting of the appraisal in effect at the time the appraiser signs the appraiser's certification. The data from the third pilot will not be made public. research, as the Appraisal Subcommittee considers appropriate. 15 U.S.C. 71. for the first and second quarter of 2011were also used to identify financial institutions and their characteristics. 4. SEC. Levitt, Steven and Chad Syverson. APORs are APRs derived from average interest rates, points and other loan pricing terms currently offered to consumers by a representative sample of creditors for mortgage transactions that have low-risk pricing characteristics. In addition, because the TCR excludes fees to non-affiliated third-parties, the TCR might result in some loans not being classified as higher-risk mortgage loans that would qualify under an APR threshold using the current definition of finance charge.. 122 Stat. Financial Protection shall jointly promulgate regulations for the (b) RELATION TO STATE LAW.--Nothing in this section shall 79. (Pub. Section 1110 of the House amendment adopts an identical provision contained in the House bill without modifications contained in the Senate amendment. Use the PDF linked in the document sidebar for the official electronic format. The Agencies believe that requiring that the appraisal be provided three (3) business days in advance of consummation is a reasonable interpretation of the statute and is consistent with the Agencies' interpretation of the statutory term “days” used in the Bureau's proposed rule amending 12 CFR 1002.14, which implements the appraisal requirements of new ECOA section 701(e)(1). For example, a creditor may be unable to determine information about the seller's acquisition because of lag times in recording public records. L. 111-24 section 2, 123 Stat. First, the proposed rule would require that the creditor furnish the applicant with the disclosure in proposed § 1026.xx(c)(1)(I). The creditor would need to establish procedures for identifying mortgages subject to the additional appraisal requirements. established for individuals in the position of "Trainee subsection (a)(1) of this section shall be subject to civil penalties daily Federal Register on FederalRegister.gov will remain an unofficial transactions; and. For guidance on identifying the date the seller acquired the property, see comment XX(b)(3)(i)(A)-3. To assure the availability of State certified and licensed For example, according to HMDA data, less than four percent of first-lien mortgage loans in 2010 or 2011 would be classified as “higher-risk” and thus subject to any appraisal requirement. As discussed above, the legal basis for the proposed regulations is new TILA sections 129H(b)(4). While the proposed disclosure is longer than the express statutory language provided in section 129H(d), the Agencies believe that the additional explanatory text is necessary to promote consumer comprehension and to reduce any confusion associated with the ECOA appraisal notification that will also have to be given to applicants for most higher-risk mortgage loans. Question 33: The Agencies invite comment on the proposed approach of permitting the creditor to charge for only one appraisal, and whether other ways to identify the “second appraisal” as the one that cannot be charged to the consumer may exist. at least once every 5 years whether to adjust the dollar amount of the  Question 38: However, the Agencies request comment on whether circumstances exist in which oral statements offered by parties to the transaction could be considered reliable if documented appropriately, and how such statements should be documented to ensure greater reliability. and its 2012 HOEPA Proposal.. 1107. carried out by the State appraiser certifying and licensing agency. While the FDIC recognizes that fewer higher-price loans were generated in 2010, a more historical review is not possible because the average offer price (a key data element for this review) was not added until the fourth quarter of 2009. appraisals in federally related transactions, an annual registry fee of (5) transmit an annual report to the Congress not later than SEC. Date of the consumer's agreement to acquire the property. viii. ), and any implementing regulations in effect at the time the appraiser signs the appraiser's certification. While the proportion of households that own their dwellings (the alternatives are renting or occupying without paying rent) differs between rural (29%) and non-rural households (43%), conditional on living in an owner occupied property, there is not a large difference in the proportion of households with first mortgages or contracts (70% in rural areas and 67% in non-rural areas) and subordinate liens (5% in rural areas and 4% in non-rural areas). with generally accepted appraisal standards as evidenced by the relevant or material to the inquiry. section 1473(b) and (f)(1) of title XIV of the Act of July 21, 2010 (Pub. 1989]. The Agencies believe that, where the seller's acquisition date in particular is not in the public record due to recording delays, it is more reasonable to assume that the seller's transaction was sufficiently recent to be covered by the rule than not. However, this activity is assumed not to introduce any significant costs beyond the regular cost of business because creditors already must compare APRs to APOR for a variety of compliance purposes, such as determining whether a loan qualifies as a “higher-priced mortgage loan” for purposes of Regulation Z  after the merger of such funds, the Deposit Insurance Fund, and the Similarly, the Agencies lack data to assess whether the benefits and costs of those requirements are significantly different as to the loans that would be affected by the more inclusive finance charge. shall each submit to the Congress a report containing a complete 133. licenses are in compliance with this title, makes a written from certain certified and licensed appraisers pursuant to section 1109 on establishing the XML-based Federal Register as an ACFR-sanctioned [Source: Section 1125 added by section 1473(q) of title XIV of the This approach is substantially similar to existing creditor practice under the FHA Anti-Flipping Rule, which uses the date of execution of the consumer's sales contract to determine whether the restrictions on FHA insurance applicable to property resales are triggered. Act of July 21, 2010 (Pub. 7001 et seq.). L. 111-203, 124 Stat. Question 19: Accordingly, the Agencies request comment on whether, in the final rule, the Agencies should rely on the exemption authority in TILA section 129H(b)(4)(B) to exempt higher-risk mortgage loans made in “rural” areas from the additional appraisal requirement. The Bureau will assume half of the burden for non-depository institutions and the privately insured credit unions. (1) has policies, practices, funding, staffing, and 1463, 1464 and 15 U.S.C. In addition to the comment solicited elsewhere in this proposed rule, the Bureau requests commenters to submit data and to provide suggestions for additional data to assess the issues discussed above and other potential benefits, costs, and impacts of the proposed rule. Industry appraisal fee information shows median fees ranging from $300 to $600. Also, conditional on living in owner occupied property, the proportion of households that have moved in the past year and own their homes is 5% for both groups and the proportion of individuals who have moved into their own homes conditional on having a mortgage is 5% for both groups. A “small business” is determined by application of Small Business Administration regulations and reference to the North American Industry Classification System (“NAICS”) classifications and size standards. The Agencies acknowledge that creditors not otherwise subject to FIRREA title XI may have questions about how to comply with the requirement to obtain an appraisal from a “certified or licensed appraiser” who performs an appraisal in conformity with the requirements applicable to appraisers in title XI of FIRREA and any implementing regulations. If the numbering of the Bureau's final rule regarding qualified mortgages differs from the 2011 ATR Proposal, the Agencies will update the numbering of the cross-reference to the definition of “qualified mortgage” when finalizing this proposal. on A regulatory flexibility analysis is not required, however, if the agency certifies that the rule will not have a significant economic impact on a substantial number of small entities (defined in regulations promulgated by the Small Business Administration to include banking organizations with total assets of less than or equal to $175 million) and publishes its certification and a short, explanatory statement in the Federal Register together with the rule. Consistent with TILA sections 129H(f) and 103(cc)(5), proposed § 1026.XX(a)(2)(i) provides that a “higher-risk mortgage loan” is a closed-end consumer credit transaction secured by the consumer's principal dwelling with an APR that exceeds the APOR for a comparable transaction as of the date the interest rate is set by a specified percentage depending on the type of transaction. Unless a creditor can demonstrate that the requirement to obtain two appraisals under § 1026.XX(b)(3)(i) does not apply, the creditor must obtain two written appraisals in compliance with § 1026.XX(b)(3)(vi)(B). 1639h(b)(2)(A). Each such agency or instrumentality may require compliance with Browse our
The Agencies believe it may be difficult in some cases for a creditor to know with absolute certainty whether the criteria in paragraphs (b)(3)(i)(A) and (b)(3)(i)(B) of proposed § 1026.XX are met. (B) report its findings with respect to the study described in TILA section 129H(b)(2)(A) would require creditors to obtain an additional appraisal for higher-risk mortgage loans that will finance the consumer's purchase or acquisition of the mortgaged property if the following two conditions are met: (1) the consumer is financing the purchase or acquisition of the mortgaged property from a seller within 180 days of the seller's purchase or acquisition of the property; and (2) the seller purchased or acquired the property at a price that was lower than the current sale price of the property. Outreach participants indicated that this requirement would minimize undue pressure to value the property at a price similar to the first appraiser. The Agencies have used this term to conform to the reference to “sale price” in TILA section 129H(b)(2)(A), but the Agencies recognize that another term may be more appropriate if any categories of non-sale acquisitions by the consumer exist that should appropriately be covered by the rule. title. The NCUA and FHFA propose to adopt the rules as published in the Bureau's Regulation Z at 12 CFR 1026.XX, by cross-referencing these rules in 12 CFR 722.3 and 12 CFR part 1222, respectively. 2. The Agencies do not believe that the public interest or the safety and soundness of creditors would be served if the law is implemented to require an additional appraisal for relatively small increases in price. (A) The difference between the price at which the seller acquired the property and the price that the consumer is obligated to pay to acquire the property, as specified in the consumer's agreement to acquire the property from the seller; (e) Relation to other rules. This subpart applies to higher risk mortgage loan transactions entered into by national banks and their operating subsidiaries, Federal branches and agencies and Federal savings associations and operating subsidiaries of savings associations. Using the total number of real estate loans originated by FICUs with less than $175M in total assets, NCUA estimated the average number of HRMs per real estate loan originated. Existing law requires that if a landlord of a residential dwelling with a month-to-month tenancy increases the rent by 10% or less of the amount of the rent charged to a tenant annually, as specified, the landlord shall provide at least 30 days’ notice, before the effective date of the change. $50, at the discretion of the Appraisal Subcommittee, if necessary to 26. appraiser certifying and licensing agencies or to Federal regulators, 1639h(b)(4)(A). 3350(9)). of defined value of an adequately described property as of a specific the Treasury the unpaid portion of the $5,000,000 paid to the Appraisal Assume that a creditor is able, following reasonable diligence, to determine that the date on which the seller acquired the property occurred 180 or fewer days prior to the date of the consumer's agreement to acquire the property. The additional appraisal must include an analysis of the difference in sale prices, changes in market conditions, and any improvements made to the property between the date of the previous sale and the current sale. For most types of creditors, TILA directs the Bureau to prescribe regulations to carry out the purposes of the law and specifically authorizes the Bureau, among other things, to issue regulations that contain such classifications, differentiations, or other provisions, or that provide for such adjustments and exceptions for any class of transactions, that in the Bureau's judgment are necessary or proper to effectuate the purposes of TILA, or prevent circumvention or evasion of TILA. if the violation results in pecuniary loss to a person other than the FIRREA title XI and implementing regulations. 15 U.S.C. If so, do commenters believe the longstanding existence of USPAP Advisory Opinion 30 lends support to this approach? In addition, the Agencies propose to rely on exemption authority granted by the Dodd-Frank Act to exempt the following additional classes of loans: (1) reverse mortgage loans; and (2) loans secured solely by residential structures, such as many types of manufactured homes. Construction loans. The impact on individual institutions would depend on the mix of mortgages that these institutions originate, the number of loan officers that would need to be trained, and the cost of reviewing the regulation. [Source: Section 1117 of title XI of the Act of August 9, 1989 agency may additionally include the registration and supervision of the statutory responsibilities of such department, agency, or Specifically, the banking agencies have issued regulations exempting most federally related transactions with a transaction value of $250,000 or less from the requirement to obtain an appraisal. Browse our extensive research tools and reports. The maximum seventy-five percent (75%) lot coverage allowed by section 1110 of this chapter shall be maintained. requires FICUs to obtain an appraisal for federally related transactions unless an exemption applies. 66. The heading of subpart A is added to read as set forth above. Accordingly, under the proposal, for purposes of § 1026.XX(a)(2)(i), the creditor should use the last date the interest rate for the mortgage is set before consummation. Neither the Banks nor the Enterprises is subject to Section 129H of TILA or 12 CFR 1026.XX. are to be determined solely by each agency under applicable provisions Industry experts estimate that gross revenues per loan are approximately 3%. This table of contents is a navigational tool, processed from the investigation of complaints, and enforcement actions against appraisers [Source: Section 1216 of title XII of the Act of August Cash Flow Accordingly, a regulatory flexibility analysis is not required. In addition, new section 701(e)(5) of the Equal Credit Opportunity Act (ECOA) similarly requires a creditor to notify an applicant in writing, at the time of application, of the “right to receive a copy of each written appraisal and valuation” subject to ECOA section 701(e). The amount of the civil penalty shall not exceed $1,000,000. This repetition of headings to form internal navigation links 1. 12. this section shall expire not later than 3 years after the date of the In addition to meeting the requirements for an appraisal under paragraph (b)(1) of this section, the additional appraisal must include an analysis of: (A) The difference between the price at which the seller acquired the property and the price that the consumer is obligated to pay to acquire the property, as specified in the consumer's agreement to acquire the property from the seller; (B) Changes in market conditions between the date the seller acquired the property and the date of the consumer's agreement to acquire the property; and. Alternatively, the Agencies request comment on whether construction loans should be exempt only from the requirement to conduct an interior visit of the property, and be subject to all other appraisal requirements under the proposed rule. FDIC: Beverlea S. Gardner, Senior Examination Specialist, Risk Management Section, at (202) 898-3640, Sumaya A. Muraywid, Examination Specialist, Risk Management Section, at (573) 875-6620, Glenn S. Gimble, Senior Policy Analyst, Division of Consumer Protection, at (202) 898-6865, Mark Mellon, Counsel, Legal Division, at (202) 898-3884, or Kimberly Stock, Counsel, Legal Division, at (202) 898-3815, or 550 17th St NW., Washington, DC 20429. The proposed rule would require that, within three days of application, a creditor provide a disclosure that informs consumers regarding the purpose of the appraisal, that the creditor will provide the consumer a copy of any appraisal, and that the consumer may choose to have a separate appraisal conducted at the expense of the consumer (Initial Appraisal Disclosure). shall apply to--, (2) the Federal Housing Finance Agency; and. For example, there is evidence that real estate agents sell their own homes for significantly more than other houses, which suggests that sellers may not be able to accurately price the homes that they are selling. Proposed comment XX(c)(1)-1 clarifies that when two or more consumers apply for a loan subject to this section, the creditor is required to give the disclosure to only one of the consumers. Today, the vast majority of reverse mortgage transactions made in the United States are insured by the Federal Housing Administration (FHA) as part of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development's (HUD) Home Equity Conversion Mortgage (HECM) Program. of this title. TILA section 129H(b)(2)(A) would require creditors to obtain an additional appraisal if the seller acquired the property “at a price that was lower than the current sale price of the property” within the past 180 days. 101--73; 103 Stat. Reviewing a sample of appraisals, however, would be most useful for creditors making a large number of HRMs and employing the same appraisers for a large number of those loans. The Agencies also understand that a creditor may not be able to determine prior transaction data because of delays in the recording of public records. The Board proposes to codify its higher-risk mortgage appraisal rules at 12 CFR 226.XX et seq. ; the Bureau proposes to codify its higher-risk mortgage appraisal rules at 12 CFR 1026.XX et seq.  The Agencies note that the Bureau is seeking data to assist in assessing potential impacts of a more inclusive finance charge in connection with the Bureau's 2012 TILA-RESPA Proposal  title 5, United States Code, including the publication of notice and 1462, 1462a, 1463, 1464, 1828(m), 3331 et seq., 5412(b)(2)(B), 15 U.S.C. These proposed comments are discussed in more detail in the section-by-section analysis of § 1026.XX(b)(3)(vi)(A), below. 1. Various factors considered in the underwriting decision, including a review of appraisals, will affect whether the creditor extends the loan. (iv) Requirements for the additional appraisal. 3. management companies. The Agencies believe that use of the TCR could have both advantages and disadvantages with respect to being in the public interest and promoting the safety and soundness of creditors. 3350(9). 15 U.S.C. documents in the last year, 10 This position is consistent with the interim final rule on valuation independence published by the Board on October 28, 2010, violator, the amount of the civil penalty may exceed the amounts documents in the last year, 65 The Agencies understand that USPAP Standards Rule 1-5 requires appraisers to “analyze all sales of the subject property that occurred within the three (3) years prior to the effective date of the appraisal” if that information is available to the appraiser “in the normal course of business.”  Existing State and Federal law and regulations require the use of a certified appraiser rather than a licensed appraiser for certain types of transactions. (5%*117,000) + (10%*136,000)+(95%*27,000) = 45,100, 85. effective July 21, 2010], [Table of Contents] The Bureau expects to issue a final rule implementing, among other things, the definition of “rural” and “qualified mortgage” based on the 2011 ATR Proposal. The term of the Chairperson shall be 2 years. 12/22/2020, 41 However, these banks are included in this discussion for convenience. 1 et seq., 25b, 29, 93a, 371, 1463, 1464, 1465, 1701j-3, 1828(o), 3331 et seq., 5101 et seq., 5412(b)(2)(B) and 15 U.S.C. 22. 9, 1989 (Pub. On an even more basic level, it may not be possible for a creditor to determine conclusively whether the appraiser actually performed the interior visit required by TILA section 129H(a). 2191), effective July 21, 2010]. history, career opportunities, and more. 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