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documents in the last year, by the Federal Housing Finance Agency 15. First, the agencies have decided to increase the commercial real estate appraisal threshold to $500,000 rather than $400,000 as proposed. The agencies have made this safety and soundness determination and a detailed analysis is provided below. The Call Report data shows that the scope of the exemption in 1994, in terms of the number of transactions impacted, decreased significantly over time, and implies that raising the commercial real estate appraisal threshold to $500,000 will not involve a greater number of transactions than when the thresholds were established in 1994. Evaluations may be performed by a lender's own employees and are not required to comply with USPAP. One commenter asserted that there may be limited benefit to including transactions to finance the construction of 1-to-4 family residential properties without permanent financing in the definition of commercial real estate transaction, because an appraisal would be required prior to the permanent financing phase and prudent risk management would dictate obtaining the appraisal prior to initial funding. The Evaluation Guidance provides guidance on appropriate evaluation practices. Under the current thresholds, established in 1994,[16] For the pooling of loans or interests in real property for resale or purchase, the transaction value is the amount of each loan or the market value of each real property, respectively. Based on the comments received and this further review of the CRE Index, as well as the safety and soundness analysis discussed below, the agencies have decided to finalize the threshold at $500,000. Title of Information Collection: Recordkeeping Requirements Associated with Real Estate Appraisals and Evaluations. Therefore, raising the appraisal threshold for residential transactions in the Title XI appraisal regulations would have limited impact on burden. In the proposal, the agencies explained that 18 percent of the dollar volume of all NFNR loans reported by IDIs had original loan amounts of $250,000 or less when the current appraisal threshold was established in 1994, but as of the fourth quarter of 2016, approximately 4 percent of the dollar volume of such loans had original loan amounts of $250,000 or less. As discussed previously, commenters in the EGRPRA review noted that appraisals can be costly and time consuming. The final rule defines commercial real estate transaction as a real estate-related financial transaction that is not secured by a single 1-to-4 family residential property. This view is based on supervisory experience as well as discussions with regulated institutions. [14] Regulated institutions are encouraged to continue using a risk-focused approach when considering whether to order an appraisal for real estate-related financial transactions. [60] Only official editions of the h�Ԙmo�6��S�������@�.H�.��t���P�6luY���(��d�I\tCa�E��x���$�!�H���0w�&��0 EN��p�)�$a�2((­�P�D0+�`�PJC! The commercial real estate appraisal threshold increase applies to certain IDIs and nonbank entities that make loans secured by commercial real estate. Another commenter asserted that the agencies should focus on allowing the use by appraisers of products that streamline the valuation process, instead of exempting additional transactions from the appraisal requirements. 82. Other commenters asserted that the proposed increase contradicts publicly stated concerns of the agencies relating to the state of the commercial real estate market and the quality of evaluation reports. are not part of the published document itself. 100-1001, pt. documents in the last year, 36 The agencies proposed to increase the commercial real estate appraisal threshold from $250,000 to $400,000. See OCC: 12 CFR 34, subpart C; Board: 12 CFR 225.61(b); 12 CFR part 208, subpart E; and FDIC: 12 CFR part 323. [59] One of these commenters asserted that appraisers serve a necessary function in real estate lending and expressed concerns that bypassing them to create a more streamlined valuation process could lead to fraud and another real estate crisis. 40. The Title XI appraisal regulations require regulated institutions to obtain evaluations for three categories of real estate-related financial transactions that the agencies have determined do not require a Title XI appraisal, including commercial and residential real-estate related financial transactions of $250,000 or less and QBLs with a transaction value of $1 million or less. A few commenters noted that the government sponsored enterprises (GSEs) waive appraisal requirements for certain residential mortgage loans that they purchase and they expected the GSEs to expand eligibility for such waivers. Thus, while the precise number of affected transactions and the precise cost reduction per transaction cannot be determined, the rule is expected to lead to significant cost savings for regulated institutions that engage in commercial real estate lending. 12/21/2020, 202 As noted above, transactions at or below the threshold level are exempt from the Title XI appraisal requirements and thus are not federally related transactions. A few commenters suggested that the agencies' cost analysis reflected a lack of precision and absence of detailed research to determine the cost differential of appraisals and evaluations between the current and proposed threshold. including, at a minimum, that appraisals be: (1) Performed in accordance with the Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice (USPAP); [9] This PDF is documents in the last year, 764 One commenter asserted that appraisers have a unique vantage point during the property inspection process to provide lenders with information, in addition to a valuation, that may be critical to the lending decision and help to avoid bad loans and fraud. Real Estate Appraisal Reform [12 U.S.C. Another commenter indicated noted that some financial institutions prefer to conduct them in-house to maintain consistency of the product and because of staff knowledge of the marketplace. documents in the last year. [64] During the 1991-1994 credit cycle, the net charge-off rate for commercial real estate loans reached a high of about 4.5 percent. [49], The agencies are adopting this aspect of the proposal in the final rule without change. documents in the last year, 986 79. This table of contents is a navigational tool, processed from the [78] Learn more here. This same commenter urged the agencies to consider more regional data in deciding whether to make future changes to the threshold for residential transactions. These tools are designed to help you understand the official document 54. The commenter also noted that such loans are usually held in portfolio, thus increasing risk. requires the agencies to use plain language in all proposed and final rules published after January 1, 2000. The final rule, issued jointly by the OCC, the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System, and the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (collectively, the agencies), makes conforming amendments to the appraisal rules to require that banks obtain evaluations in lieu of title XI appraisals for transactions covered by the residential threshold exemption. The agencies note that an effective date immediately upon publication in the Federal Register is the approach used in adopting the 1994 amendments to the Title XI appraisal regulations. B�QU����rY-V�_~ R��!���]:��m~����ivU���2ޟ��uu|?^�dM��yp7?�}�T܇����� Փ�~}m�m�O�!�����J���� ŵ�{��x�f3�9���?�"�$�3b8�2N\��KÑ�2��!��-�e���b�C������n�6�����˨����{��i��hKq]��\=�p+R��a%�z�� ��[�qk�z*,�d�Ɩ%�K�� B�3� ���� In response to the agencies' question regarding regulated institutions' experiences in applying the QBL threshold, a commenter asserted that many loan officers are poorly trained in classifying loans as either real estate or business. Federal Register provide legal notice to the public and judicial notice The definition applies to corresponding categories of real estate-secured loans in the FFIEC 041 and FFIEC 051 forms of the Call Report. (b) Evaluations required. Another commenter asserted that increasing the threshold for residential transactions could discourage entrance into the appraisal profession and cause further appraiser shortages. The SBA has defined “small entities” to include banking organizations with total assets less than or equal to $550 million. Based on their supervisory experiences, the agencies disagree that increasing the commercial real estate appraisal threshold would increase risks to financial institutions, including smaller institutions. The documents posted on this site are XML renditions of published Federal documents in the last year, 23 Second, for commercial real estate transactions between $250,000 and $500,000, IDIs Start Printed Page 15035can continue to get appraisals instead of evaluations. The agencies have included the term “single” in the definition to clarify that only transactions secured by one 1-to-4 family residential property are excluded from the definition of “commercial real estate transaction,” whether financing construction or for other purposes. Regulated institutions are expected to maintain records that demonstrate that appraisals used in their real estate-related lending activities comply with these regulatory requirements. Therefore, a consolidated analysis is more likely to be used in an evaluation. Dated at Washington, DC on March 20, 2018. The agencies recognize that certain evaluations may take longer to review than others; however, this variation was taken into account in the agencies' estimate of the average time savings that are expected to occur. This third-party pricing information suggests a savings of several hundred dollars per transaction affected by the proposal. The commenter recommended that the agencies provide examples of these types of loans. on The OFR/GPO partnership is committed to presenting accurate and reliable Therefore, based on an estimated hourly rate, the final rule would reduce loan review costs for small entities by $67,391 to $172,868, on average, each year. The agencies made this change in the final rule after consideration of the comments, which suggested that including 1-to-4 family constructions loans that do not include permanent financing in the definition, but excluding those that do not, would not significantly reduce burden. Several commenters pointed to the safety and soundness and consumer protection benefits of obtaining appraisals in connection with residential transactions. Another commenter recommended that “construction-to-permanent” loans be included in the definition of commercial real estate transaction to increase the financing available for new home construction, indicating that strict underwriting and active engagement among the bank, home builder, and home buyer alleviate risks for these loans. As described in the proposal, the CRE Index [33] “The Appraisal Subcommittee (ASC), the entity created and charged under Title XI to monitor the appraisal related actions of the Federal financial institutions regulatory agencies (Agencies), estimated in its 2018 report to Congress that ‘at least 90 percent of residential mortgage loan originations are not subject to the Title XI appraisal regulations,’” the lawmakers wrote. This commenter also indicated that the proposal would not increase safety and soundness risk, given that the increased threshold would affect a relatively small number of transactions in the commercial real estate lending market. The agencies estimate that, on average, the time to review an evaluation for an affected transaction under the final rule will be approximately 30 minutes less than the time to review an appraisal.[56]. The FDIC estimates that it takes a loan officer an average of 40 minutes to review an appraisal to ensure that it meets that standards set forth in Title XI, but 10 minutes to perform a similar review of an evaluation, which does not need to meet the Title XI standards for appraisals. The definition of “commercial real estate transaction” would largely capture the following four categories of loans secured by real estate in the Call Report (FFIEC 031; RCFD 1410), namely loans that are: (1) For construction, land development, and other land loans; (2) secured by farmland; (3) secured by residential properties with five or more units; or (4) secured by NFNR properties. OCC: G. Kevin Lawton, Appraiser (Real Estate Specialist), (202) 649-7152, Mitchell E. Plave, Special Counsel, Legislative and Regulatory Activities Division, (202) 649-5490, or Joanne Phillips, Attorney, Bank Activities and Structure Division, (202) 649-5500, Office of the Comptroller of the Currency, 400 7th Street SW, Washington, DC 20219. is a direct measure of the changes in commercial real estate prices in the United States. The agencies are not aware of any evidence that using an immediate effective date in connection with the 1994 amendments caused a competitive disadvantage or hardship to regulated institutions. 2163 (Riegle Act) provides that rules imposing additional reporting, disclosures, or other new requirements on IDIs generally must take effect on the first day of a calendar quarter that begins on or after the date on which the regulations are published in final form. As discussed above, some commenters provided anecdotal evidence to show that the agencies' estimate of time savings was incorrect. Under the proposal, regulated institutions would have been required to obtain evaluations consistent with safe and sound banking Start Printed Page 15021practices in connection with commercial real estate transactions at or below the proposed $400,000 threshold. h�b```f``�g`a`�c�g@ ~�rl����Ŭ xA�!��a��ƣ�el/858�w�`����8e��\ �����}Vh�E����b �N@�30*�3a"L9��4,pb��#����r�5 �Ԅ������� +��� �@d` #N' USPAP is written and interpreted by the Appraisal Standards Board of the Appraisal Foundation. documents in the last year, 110 Because the final rule imposes no new requirements on IDIs, the agencies are not required by the Riegle Act to consider the administrative burdens and benefits of the rule or delay its effective date. FDIC-supervised institutions are set forth in 12 U.S.C. [45] SEC. Information about this document as published in the Federal Register. 55. First, the process of obtaining an evaluation is not new since IDIs already get evaluations for transactions at or below the current $250,000 threshold. The agencies examined data reported on the Call Report and data from the CoStar Comps database to estimate the volume of commercial real estate transactions covered by the existing threshold and increased thresholds. Therefore, 2,950 small entities could be affected by the final rule. The amendment adopted in this final rule exempts additional transactions from the Title XI appraisal requirements, which has the effect of relieving restrictions. establishing the XML-based Federal Register as an ACFR-sanctioned [52] 1817(j)(13), 1818, 1828(o), 1831i, 1831p-1, 1843(c)(8), 1844(b), 1972(l), 3106, 3108, 3310, 3331-3351, 3906, 3907, and 3909; 15 U.S.C. Title XI defines “written appraisal” as “a written statement used in connection with a federally related transaction that is independently and impartially prepared by a licensed or certified appraiser setting forth an opinion of defined value of an adequately described property as of a specific date, supported by presentation and analysis of relevant market information. The proposed regulations are similar to section 3.02(2) of Notice 2006-96, except that the Title XI Regulation of Natural Resources and Land Nov. 1, 2004 Page 1 of 64 TITLE XI REGULATION OF NATURAL RESOURCES AND LAND CHAPTER 1 REGULATIONS OF THE WIND RIVER TAX COMMISSION Section 11-1-1 General Provisions (1) Purpose. Most comments were not supportive of the proposed treatment of loans to finance the construction of 1-to-4 family residential properties. See OCC: 12 CFR 34.43(b); Board: 12 CFR 225.63(b); and FDIC: 12 CFR 323.3(b). Board: Constance Horsley, Deputy Associate Director, (202) 452-5239, or Carmen Holly, Senior Supervisory Financial Analyst, (202) 973-6122, Division of Supervision and Regulation; or Gillian Burgess, Senior Counsel, (202) 736-5564, Matthew Suntag, Counsel, (202) 452-3694, or Kirin Walsh, Attorney, (202) 452-3058, Legal Division, Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System, 20th and C Streets NW, Washington, DC 20551. As noted in the proposal, based on information from industry participants, the cost of third-party evaluations of commercial real estate generally ranges from $500 to over $1,500, whereas the cost of appraisals of such properties generally ranges from $1,000 to over $3,000. [70] Many of these commenters asserted that an increase would produce cost and time savings that would benefit regulated institutions and consumers without threatening the safety and soundness of financial institutions. The Call Report data reflect that 3.92 percent of the dollar volume of NFNR loans secured by real estate has an original amount between $1 and $250,000, while 10.19 percent have an original amount between $250,000 and $1 million. In addition, two commenters asked the agencies to clarify the QBL threshold relative to transactions secured by farmland. offers a preview of documents scheduled to appear in the next day's documents in the last year, 10 The OCC currently supervises approximately 956 small entities. provide legal notice to the public or judicial notice to the courts. Number of Respondents: 828 SMBs; 1,215 nonbank subsidiaries of BHCs. Based on supervisory experience the agencies conclude that regulated institutions generally need less time to review evaluations than Title XI appraisals, because the content of the report can be less comprehensive than an appraisal report. Several commenters, including a financial institution and a financial institutions trade association, suggested that certain transactions could be added to the list of exemptions from the appraisal requirements to further reduce regulatory burden without sacrificing safety and soundness. A few commenters requested that the agencies provide additional guidance, such as guidance relating to the adequacy of evaluation products available on the market or examples of acceptable industry practices for evaluations. Total Estimated Annual Burden: 148,800 hours. The agencies note that they proposed to treat construction-only loans to consumers as commercial real estate transactions to maintain consistency with agency reporting standards and other regulations and guidance that address construction loans to consumers in other contexts. These suggestions included exemptions for transactions secured by real estate outside the United States; loans below a threshold that a bank originates and Start Printed Page 15031retains “in-house;” transactions involving mortgage-backed securities and pools of mortgages; and loans made to certain community development organizations. Federal Register issue. Therefore, we conclude that the final rule will not result in an expenditure of $100 million or more by state, local, and tribal governments, or by the private sector, in any one year. all real estate-related financial transactions with a transaction value [17] The proposal would have defined commercial real estate transaction to include all real estate-related financial transactions, except for those secured by a 1-to-4 family residential property,[24] Additionally, commenters may send a copy of their comments to the OMB desk officer for the PRA Agencies by mail to the Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs, U.S. Office of Management and Budget, New Executive Office Building, Room 10235, 725 17th Street NW, Washington, DC 20503; by fax to (202) 395-6974; or by email to oira_submission@omb.eop.gov. of which 2,950 are defined as small banking entities by the terms of the RFA. 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