These Banking articles will give you the news and information you need to stay up to date in the ever changing Banking industry.
September 14, 2012 – 1,737 views Banker Resource
Banks that have seized property during the foreclosure process are increasingly running into problems when properties lack title insurance. This issue often significantly increases the amount of time it can take for a property to sell and prevents the bank from recouping any financial losses realized when a homeowner has defaulted on a mortgage.
Title insurance issues often arise when an insurer is unwilling to issue title insurance on a property that has been foreclosed upon. More insurers are becoming wary of providing title insurance for foreclosed properties... Full Story
September 5, 2012 – 1,392 views Banker Resource
Banking professionals and attorneys must keep themselves informed regarding the varying aspects of the financial industry, especially when it comes to consumer protection provisions. These regulations and guidelines are in place to ensure that customers and patrons receive due diligence in all financial operations.
The Dodd Frank Act was first passed into law in June 2009, but the bill underwent heavy revision... Full Story
August 28, 2012 – 1,420 views Banker Resource
Much like applying for a home loan, securing a commercial loan can be a long and drawn out process that involves plenty of critical documents. Companies looking to lease funds for a corporate property, financial processes or even start-up capital need to be well-versed in commercial loan documentation.
If you are a banking or lending professional in charge of purchasing or loan operation... Full Story
August 15, 2012 – 3,750 views Banker Resource
Every customer relationship is an opportunity to cross-sell other products and services as the relationship grows. Customers also benefit from earning interest on their savings and by having one service provider for all of their financial needs. Full Story
August 14, 2012 – 1,642 views Michael King
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Question: Can I keep the $500,000 I found in the walls of the house? Answer: Probably not, but it depends upon the nature of the found property.
ANSWER: PROBABLY NOT, BUT IT DEPENDS UPON THE NATURE OF THE FOUND PROPERTY. Full Story
August 13, 2012 – 1,509 views Ryan C. Wood
Have you ever heard of Chapter 15 of the bankruptcy code? Most likely you have not and most bankruptcy attorneys do not file these types of cases. Full Story
August 1, 2012 – 2,236 views Banker Resource
Wage garnishment is a legal procedure in which a person's earnings are withheld by their employer to pay a debt such as child support or student loans. Full Story
July 13, 2012 – 1,524 views Banker Resource
There was once a time when banks would impose strict overdraft coverage and fees on those customers who spent more than they had in their accounts. Full Story