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Loan Processing Could Slow Due to Appraiser Shortage

Due to a shortage of licensed and certified appraisers, major national financial regulatory agencies have issued an advisory to help reduce delays in the consideration of loan applications in rural communities. Since loans cannot be executed without appraisals, the advisory outlines two options to remedy the problem. The FDIC has suggested that states issue temporary practice permits and engage in reciprocity, or that effected institutions submit a request temporary waivers to set aside licensing requirements.

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Banks Revise Their “Living Wills”

In April of this year, the Fed and FDIC determined that each of the 2015 resolution plans, or “living wills," for eight domestic banking institutions were not credible or would not facilitate an orderly resolution under the U.S. Bankruptcy Code. What have these firms done to resolve their deficiencies?

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These Areas are Eligible for CRA Consideration

The Fed, OCC, and FDIC have released their 2016 list of nonmetropolitan middle-income areas deemed distressed or underserved and where revitalization or stabilization activities are eligible to receive Community Reinvestment Act consideration.

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