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FYI - The FDIC, the OCC, and the NCUA do not have a requirement that financial institutions change third-party vendors on a periodic basis. Any such decision is a management decision not a regulatory decision.
NEW UPDATE: The new FEMA SFHDF 086-0-32 is in effect at Nationwide.
The 2nd Page Notice to Borrower that we provide with our Flood determinations has been altered to include the language outlined in the Final Rule ( FDIC Final Rule ).
Please contact our flood department if you have any questions.
Please be advised of the definition of Life-of-Loan tracking. The "Term" you input on your order determines how long we will track a loan. If you input 10 years, that is the life of the loan and that is how long Nationwide will track it. For Revolving Lines of Credit (RLOC), we suggest entering a Term longer than 1 year. There is a Renewal charge for extending loan terms on expired loans.
We will always attempt to inform our current clients when loans are expiring.
Need to apply for a LOMA/LOMR to change a zone determination?
Go to: LOMA/LOMR-F Tutorial Series
If you would like assistance in completing the application, you may call the FEMA Map Assistance Center toll-free at 877-336-2627. FEMA service representatives are available M-F from 8:00am to 7:30pm, EST.
If contacted for an audit, please return the audit back noting paid off loans as soon as possible. Thank you!
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