As we have reported, Rural Development (RD) has announced a pilot to use the “banded” method to determine low- and very low income status in 23 states and territories across the country. Arizona, California, New Mexico, Oregon, Utah and Washington are the six western states where this pilot will be tested for the next two years.
I work with a really conservative Rural Development Loan Officer and as a result am really cautious about what I submit. But, with the addition of “significant delinquencies” in the regs, it looks like this one’s potentially a good package, but one that I wouldn’t normally submit. I was wondering, do you agree?
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