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Title 24Subtitle BChapter IISubchapter BPart 202Subpart B → §202.9


Title 24: Housing and Urban Development
PART 202—APPROVAL OF LENDING INSTITUTIONS AND MORTGAGEES
Subpart B—Classes of Lenders and Mortgagees


§202.9   Investing lenders and mortgagees.

(a) Definition. An investing lender or mortgagee is an organization that is not approved under any other section of this part. An investing lender or mortgagee may purchase, hold or sell Title I loans or Title II mortgages, respectively, but may not originate Title I loans or Title II mortgages in its own name or submit applications for the insurance of mortgages. An investing lender or mortgagee may not service Title I loans or Title II mortgages without prior approval of the Secretary.

(b) Additional requirements. In addition to the general approval requirements in §202.5, an investing lender or mortgagee shall meet the following requirements:

(1) Funding arrangements. An investing lender or mortgagee shall have, or have made arrangements for, funds sufficient to support a projected investment of at least $1,000,000 in property improvement, manufactured home or real estate loans or mortgages.

(2) Officers and staff. In lieu of the staffing and facilities requirements in §202.5(b), an investing lender or mortgagee shall have officers or employees who are capable of managing its activities in purchasing, holding, and selling Title I loans or Title II mortgages.

(3) Fidelity bond. An investing mortgagee shall maintain fidelity bond coverage and errors and omissions insurance acceptable to the Secretary and in an amount required by the Secretary, or alternative insurance coverage approved by the Secretary, that assures the faithful performance of the responsibilities of the mortgagee.

[62 FR 20082, Apr. 24, 1997, as amended at 63 FR 9742, Feb. 26, 1998; 75 FR 20734, Apr. 20, 2010]

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