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Wisconsin Statutes 224.75 - Record-keeping requirements for licensees

Wisconsin Statutes > Chapter 224 > Subchapter III > 224.75


Current as of: 2013

   (1)    Required records; loan application or servicing documents.

     (a)    Fee record system. A mortgage banker or mortgage broker shall establish and maintain a record system which shows all fees which a mortgage banker or mortgage broker charged a residential mortgage loan applicant or a mortgagor in connection with a residential mortgage loan. The record shall show the application or disposition of those fees.

     (b)    Loan application record system. A mortgage banker or mortgage broker shall establish and maintain a record system containing all of the following information for each residential mortgage loan application:

        1.    The application date.

        2.    The name of the applicant.

        3.    The address of the property to be mortgaged.

        4.    The disposition of the application and the reason for the particular disposition.

        5.    The type of loan.

        6.    The name of the mortgage loan originator.

        7.    The loan amount.

     (c)    Loan application documents. A mortgage banker or mortgage broker shall maintain for each residential mortgage loan application all of the following documents, if used by the mortgage banker or mortgage broker in connection with the residential mortgage loan application file:

        1.    The completed loan application.

        2.    The loan commitment.

        3.    The disclosure statement required by 15 USC 1601 to 1693r and regulations adopted under that law.

        4.    The loan closing statement.

        5.    A copy of the mortgage note or bond.

        6.    A copy of the letter rejecting the application.

        7.    The appraisal report.

        8.    The credit report.

        9.    Any other documents, records or forms shown to or signed by a loan applicant.

     (d)    Loan servicing records and documents. A mortgage banker shall maintain for each residential mortgage loan serviced by the mortgage banker a copy of or a record of all of the following:

        1.    All correspondence relating to the loan.

        2.    All payments received from the borrower.

        3.    All charges assessed to the borrower's account.

        4.    All payments made by the mortgage banker on behalf of the borrower.

        5.    The unpaid balance on the borrower's account.

   (2)   Period of record retention. A mortgage banker or mortgage broker shall keep for at least 36 months, in an office of the mortgage banker or mortgage broker licensed under this subchapter, all books and records that, in the opinion of the division, will enable the division to determine whether the mortgage banker or mortgage broker is in compliance with the provisions of this subchapter. These books and records include copies of all deposit receipts, canceled checks, trust account records, the records which a mortgage banker or mortgage broker maintains under sub. (1) (c) or (d), and other relevant documents or correspondence received or prepared by the mortgage banker or mortgage broker in connection with a residential mortgage loan or residential mortgage loan application. The retention period begins on the date the residential mortgage loan is closed or, if the loan is not closed, the date of loan application. If the residential mortgage loan is serviced by a mortgage banker, the retention period commences on the date that the loan is paid in full.

   (3)   Contents of credit and appraisal reports.

     (a)    Credit report. If a mortgage banker or mortgage broker charges a residential mortgage loan applicant a separate fee for a credit report, the credit report shall consist, at a minimum, of a written statement indicating the name of the credit reporting agency which investigated the credit history of the applicant.

     (b)    Appraisal report. If a mortgage banker or mortgage broker charges a residential mortgage loan applicant a separate fee for an appraisal report, the appraisal report shall consist, at a minimum, of a written statement indicating the appraiser's opinion of the value of the property appraised for residential mortgage loan purposes, the basis for that opinion and the name of the person who conducted the appraisal. If requested by a residential mortgage loan applicant, a mortgage banker or mortgage broker shall provide the loan applicant with a copy of any written appraisal report held by the mortgage banker or mortgage broker, if the loan applicant paid a fee for the report.

   (4)   Responsibility for forms. A mortgage banker or mortgage broker is responsible for the preparation and correctness of all entries on forms, documents and records which are under the mortgage banker's or mortgage broker's control and which are not dependent on information provided by the residential mortgage loan applicant or a 3rd party.

   (5)   Accounting practices. A mortgage banker or mortgage broker shall maintain its books and records in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles.

   (6)   Furnishing books and records. Upon request by the division, any licensee under this subchapter, and any other person whom the division has authority to investigate and examine under s. 224.74 (2), shall make any books and records requested by the division available for inspection and copying by the division. If any records are kept at a licensed office not located within this state, the mortgage banker or mortgage broker shall, upon request of the division, promptly deliver such documents to any location within this state specified by the division.

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