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e-CFR Data is current as of April 16, 2014

Amendment from June 20, 2005


12 CFR--PART 1026

View Printed Federal Register page 78 FR 10444 in PDF format.

Amendment(s) published February 13, 2013, in 78 FR 10444

Effective Dates: January 18, 2014

17. Appendix O to Part 1026 is added to read as follows:

Appendix O to Part 1026—Illustrative Written Source Documents for Higher-Priced Mortgage Loan Appraisal Rules A creditor acts with reasonable diligence under §1026.35(c)(4)(vi)(A) if the creditor bases its determination on information contained in written source documents, such as:

1. A copy of the recorded deed from the seller.

2. A copy of a property tax bill.

3. A copy of any owner's title insurance policy obtained by the seller.

4. A copy of the RESPA settlement statement from the seller's acquisition (i.e.,the HUD-1 or any successor form).

5. A property sales history report or title report from a third-party reporting service.

6. Sales price data recorded in multiple listing services.

7. Tax assessment records or transfer tax records obtained from local governments.

8. A written appraisal performed in compliance with §1026.35(c)(3)(i) for the same transaction.

9. A copy of a title commitment report detailing the seller's ownership of the property, the date it was acquired, or the price at which the seller acquired the property.

10. A property abstract.



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