As our country is still grappling with how the Coronavirus pandemic is shaping a new normal for society, many industries are recognizing that changes must be made to certain facets of their operations. This is certainly true within the world of financial institutions and lending in many different ways. Between dealing with the overwhelming number of applications from the Payment Protection Program and having to adjust lending operations with many working remotely the last thing a lender wants to hear now is that the Blanket VSI that protects their auto lending portfolio is being adjusted.
The community lender’s role as a trusted advisor during the mortgage application process is truly an important one. In many cases the lender can rely upon their expertise, however, there are times when it is prudent to rely on a trusted partner of their own to provide sound advice to their borrowers. One of these cases is finding the most affordable option for flood insurance.
Compliance Reminder for Lender Placed Hazard and Flood
Regulations can be confusing. There are mountains of inquiries and revisions to the revisions… So, below we've attempted to summarize a response to the top four questions we are asked. Be aware, that fines can be in the thousands of dollars should these regulations not be followed. Read on to get answers to the four most frequently asked questions.
Many lenders have heard about how blanket portfolio protection can save them time and money, relieve examiner headaches, and make their operations more efficient with a far more customer-centric approach than tracking and force-placed insurance protection. But how is the premium calculated for various blanket protections? Read on to find out what the main considerations are for each type of collateral.
Linking your in-house or local insurance agent with collateral and loan protection agents can be beneficial.