Missing Loan Documentation and Bank Confusion leads HUD homeowner to complain to the OCC. HUD homeowner complains to OCC after missing documentation and bank confusion. HUD homeowners may have to appeal to the OCC if their case is ignored by the bank. Lenders’ miscommunication pushes homeowners to OCC. Confusion and missing documentation can confuse homeowners working with the OCC on a case. Try to find someone in the bank or at OCC that will help you sort out your payments.
With an Option ARM, you could have an adjustable rate loan, get a low interest rate and even pick your own payment amount. If you picked a low payment, you would be increasing the amount you owed the lender. The low payment would not have been enough to actually paid what was owed on the loan. After several years of making a low payment, the payment resets to a much higher amount. But with an increased balance on the loan, the option ARM becomes a real problem for the homeowner and the bank. With dropping home prices, the borrower can’t refinance and is probably underwater in his or her loan. When the loan comes due or in some cases before that, the borrower might walk away from the property. With thousands of option ARMs coming due the next several years, the banks have real problems in the horizon.
Foreclosures are still rising, unemployment numbers are up, and yet banks are posting profits. How do banks make money? Don’t foreclosures hurt banks? Do they lose money? How are banks making money in the struggling economy? Where do the banks profits come from?
To set up a Roth IRA, you open an account with an investment company or bank. The minimum investment depends on where you open your account – it could range from $250 to $1,000. Then since a Roth is just a type of retirement account, you have to invest your money in stocks, bonds or index funds. Or you can keep your Roth in cash.
Today’s mortgage loan applicants have to provide more documentation than in the past. Mortgage loan applicants need to show proof of income, retirement fund records and recent bank statements. Here are the documents you should have available before applying for a mortgage loan.
A bank account holder asks about online banking and overdraft protection saying he recently paid a high amount of fees. Banks and credit unions offer different kinds of overdraft protection and electronic banking. But no matter what kind of overdraft protection you have, you need to know the fees the banks charge. Take charge of your personal finances by using online banking to monitor when the money is in your account.
When your mortgage is sold, where do you send your payment? When mortgage loans are sold, there must be a company that purchases the rights to service the loan. The company that sold the mortgage is required by federal law to tell you who owns the servicing rights to your loan.
The Netspend card is a stored value card. It looks like a credit card, but acts like a debit card. However, instead of being tied to a checking account, you have to load up the card with cash before you use it. Here are a few of the new Netspend features.
What can a currency exchange do for you that a bank can’t? Many people use currency exchanges to cash checks, pay bills or obtain money orders. For people living in neighborhoods that don’t have many financial institutions, currency exchanges offer easy access to various financial services. However, currency exchanges earn a profit by charging a fee for most of their services. As such they tend to be a more expensive option than other financial institutions. More importantly, there are no savings accounts at currency exchanges. You won’t build up your personal net worth if you only frequent currency exchanges and never visit the bank.