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CHARLESTON — Attorney General Patrick Morrisey has announced a $550 million joint state-federal settlement with mortgage lender and servicer SunTrust Mortgage Inc. to address mortgage origination, servicing, and foreclosure abuses.

The three-year settlement provides direct payments to West Virginia borrowers for past foreclosure abuses, loan modifications and other relief for borrowers in need of assistance, tough new mortgage servicing standards, and grants oversight authority to an independent monitor.

“This agreement will provide more than 100 West Virginians who borrowed from SunTrust with loan modifications,” Morrisey said in a statement. “Additionally, some loans that were foreclosed upon may be eligible for payments for past abuses.”

West Virginia is joining 48 other states, the District of Columbia, the U.S. Department of Justice, the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, and the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau in the settlement.

Morrisey said the SunTrust agreement closely mirrors the National Mortgage Settlement reached in February 2012 between the federal government, 49 states and the nation’s five largest national mortgage servicers. That agreement has provided consumers nationwide with more than $50 billion in direct relief, created tough new servicing standards, and implemented independent oversight.

“Like the 2012 settlement, the SunTrust settlement holds a major mortgage servicer accountable for its unacceptable past practices, and provides direct relief to West Virginia borrowers,” Morrisey said. “And SunTrust must treat its borrowers much more fairly because of the settlement’s tough servicing standards.”

The agreement requires SunTrust to provide certain West Virginia borrowers with loan modifications or other relief. The modifications, which SunTrust will choose through an extensive list of options, include principal reductions and refinancing for underwater mortgages. SunTrust will decide how many loans and which loans to modify, but must meet certain minimum targets. Because SunTrust receives only partial settlement credit for many types of loan modifications, the settlement will provide relief to borrowers that will exceed the overall minimum amount.

Information about the loan modification process will be released at a later date. SunTrust borrowers who may have settlement-related questions, including whether they may qualify for certain forms of relief, may call 800-634-7928 or go online at www.SunTrustMortgage.com.

Approximately 184 eligible West Virginia borrowers whose loans were serviced by SunTrust and who lost their home to foreclosure between 2008 and 2013 and encountered servicing abuse will be eligible for a payment from the national $40 million fund for payments to borrowers. The borrower payment amount will depend on how many borrowers file claims.

Eligible borrowers will be contacted about how to qualify for payments.

Morrisey said the settlement requires SunTrust to substantially change how it services mortgage loans, handles foreclosures, and ensures the accuracy of information provided in federal bankruptcy court.

The terms will prevent past foreclosure abuses, such as robo-signing, improper documentation and lost paperwork.

The settlement creates dozens of new consumer protections and standards, including:

• Making foreclosure a last resort by first requiring SunTrust to evaluate homeowners for other loss mitigation options;

• Restricting foreclosure while the homeowner is being considered for a loan modification;

• New procedures and timelines for reviewing loan modification applications;

• Giving homeowners the right to appeal denials;

• Requiring a single point of contact for borrowers seeking information about their loans and maintaining adequate staff to handle calls.

The settlement also states that the National Mortgage Settlement’s independent monitor, Joseph A. Smith Jr., will oversee SunTrust agreement compliance. Smith served as the North Carolina Commissioner of Banks from 2002 until 2012, and is also the former Chairman of the Conference of State Banks Supervisors.

Smith will oversee implementation of the servicing standards required by the agreement; impose penalties of up to $1 million per violation (or up to $5 million for certain repeat violations); and issue regular public reports that identify any quarter in which a servicer fell short of the standards imposed in the settlement.

“This agreement resolves potential violations of civil law based on SunTrust’s deficient mortgage loan origination and servicing activities,” Morrisey said. “The agreement does not prevent state or federal authorities from pursuing criminal enforcement actions related to this or other conduct by SunTrust, or from punishing wrongful securitization conduct that is the focus of the Residential Mortgage-Backed Securities Working Group. The agreement also does not prevent any action by individual borrowers who wish to bring their own lawsuits.”

The agreement will be filed as a consent judgment in the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia.

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Mortgage

Truist Bank, Member FDIC. © 2021 Truist Financial Corporation. Truist, the Truist logo and Truist Purple are service marks of Truist Financial Corporation.

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Investment and Insurance Products:
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All Truist mortgage professionals are registered on the Nationwide Mortgage Licensing System & Registry (NMLS), which promotes uniformity and transparency throughout the residential real estate industry. Search the NMLS Registry.

Services provided by the following affiliates of Truist Financial Corporation: Banking products and services, including loans and deposit accounts, are provided by SunTrust Bank and Branch Banking and Trust Company, both now Truist Bank, Member FDIC. Trust and investment management services are provided by SunTrust Bank and Branch Banking and Trust Company, both now Truist Bank, and Truist Delaware Trust Company. Securities, brokerage accounts and /or insurance (including annuities) are offered by Truist Investment Services, Inc., and P.J. Robb Variable Corp., which are SEC registered broker-dealers, members FINRASIPC, and a licensed insurance agency where applicable. Investment advisory services are offered by Truist Advisory Services, Inc. , GFO Advisory Services, LLC, Sterling Capital Management, LLC, and Precept Advisory Group, LLC, each SEC registered investment advisers. Sterling Capital Funds are advised by Sterling Capital Management, LLC. Mortgage products and services are offered through SunTrust Mortgage, a tradename for SunTrust Bank now Truist Bank. Insurance products and services are offered through McGriff Insurance Services, Inc. Life insurance products are offered through Truist Life Insurance Services, a division of Crump Life Insurance Services, Inc., AR license #100103477. Both McGriff and Crump are wholly owned subsidiaries of Truist Insurance Holdings, Inc.

"Truist Advisors" may be officers and/or associated persons of the following affiliates of Truist Financial Corporation: Truist Bank, our commercial bank, which provides banking, trust and asset management services; Truist Investment Services, Inc., a registered broker-dealer, which is a member of FINRA and SIPC, and a licensed insurance agency, and which provides securities, annuities and life insurance products; Truist Advisory Services, Inc., an SEC registered investment adviser which provides Investment Advisory services.

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SunTrust Banks

American bank

SunTrust locations in the United States.

SunTrust Banks, Inc. was an American bank holding company with SunTrust Bank as its largest subsidiary and assets of US$199 billion as of March 31, 2018.[6] The bank's most direct corporate parent was established in 1891 in Atlanta, where it was headquartered.

As of September 2016, SunTrust Bank operated 1,400 bank branches and 2,160 ATMs across 11 southeastern states and Washington, D.C.[7] The bank's primary businesses included deposits, lending, credit cards, and trust and investment services. Through its various subsidiaries, the company provided corporate and investment banking, capital market services, mortgage banking, and wealth management — with nearly 24,000 employees. In 2013, it was ordered to pay $1.5 billion "to resolve claims of shoddy mortgage lending, servicing and foreclosure practices,"[8] and it reached a preliminary $968 Million settlement with the US government in 2014.[9]

In February 2019, SunTrust Banks announced its pending purchase by BB&T for $28 billion in an all-stock deal, creating the sixth largest U.S. lender, being the biggest bank deal since the 2007-2008 financial crisis.[10] On December 6, 2019, the merger between BB&T and SunTrust closed, forming Truist Financial Corporation.[11] The two banks continue to operate separately, while merging their operating systems.

History

Trust Company of Georgia

On September 21, 1891, SunTrust's most direct corporate ancestor, the Trust Company of Georgia, was granted a charter by the Georgia General Assembly as the Commercial Travelers' Savings Bank of Atlanta.[12] The founders were John M. Green, Joel Hurt, H. L. Atwater, W. A. Hansell, T. J. Hightower, J. G. Oglesby, J. D. Turner, John B. Daniel, Joseph Hirsch, Leon Lieberman, Louis Wellhouse, A. J. McBride, D. O. Dougherty, W. A. Gregg, W. W. Draper, A. C. Hook, W. T. Ashford, George W. Brooke, C. I. Branan, and C. D. Montgomery.[13]

In November 1893, it restructured as a trust company and renamed itself Trust Company of Georgia.[13]

Sun Bank

The earliest predecessor of Sun Bank was founded in 1911 as The People's National Bank in Orlando, Florida. In 1920, it became the First National Bank. In the early 1930s, during the Great Depression, the First National Bank and Trust Company failed. It was reorganized on Valentine's Day 1934 as the First National Bank at Orlando.[12] In 1973, the bank merged with other Orlando banks to become SunBanks.[14] As of December 31, 1973, it had three bank-related subsidiaries and total assets of $1.713 billion.[15]

In the early 1980s, the bank pursued further mergers, positioning itself for the state of Florida to eventually allow interstate banking. It incorporated 81-year-old Hillsboro Bank, based in Plant City, an institution with $150 million in assets and then the third-oldest state-chartered bank. It also bought Florida State Bank of Tallahassee, with which it had tried to merge with in 1973, when the economy soured.[16]

In May 1983, Sun announced a deal for Miami-based Flagship Bank Inc., with $3.3 billion in assets, that positioned Sun to be one of the Florida's largest bank holding companies. The Flagship deal was the seventh struck by Sun in less than a year.[16]

Trust Company of Georgia merger

In 1985, Trust Company of Georgia and SunBanks merged to form SunTrust Banks, Inc. The merged company was headquartered in Atlanta, and continued to operate as Trust Company Bank in Georgia and Sun Bank in Florida.

The newly merged company made its first major deal a year later, when it purchased Third National Corporation of Nashville. However, it continued to use the Third National name in Tennessee. In 1995, SunTrust retired the Trust Company Bank, Sun Bank and Third National names and rebranded all of its banking subsidiaries as SunTrust.

SunTrust purchased Crestar Financial Corporation of Richmond, Virginia in 1998, expanding the company's footprint into Virginia, Maryland, and the District of Columbia. Crestar was founded in 1865 as State Planters Bank of Commerce and Trusts in 1865, becoming United Virginia Bank in 1969 and Crestar in 1987.[17] Crestar's (and SunTrust's) earliest predecessor, Farmers Bank of Alexandria, was founded in 1811.[18]

In 1988, Suntrust was added to the S&P 500 Stock Price Index.[18]

In 2001, SunTrust purchased the institutional businesses of the Robinson-Humphrey Company, LLC. creating SunTrust Robinson-Humphrey.

The company bought Memphis-based National Commerce Financial Corporation (NCF) for $7 billion in 2004. The bank operated as National Bank of Commerce in South Carolina, Tennessee, Mississippi, Arkansas, Alabama, Georgia, Virginia, and West Virginia and as Central Carolina Bank and Trust in North Carolina. This acquisition allowed SunTrust to enter Alabama, the Carolinas, and West Virginia for the first time, and substantially increased its footprint in the other states.[19]

In 2013, the bank led a bank group that included Fifth Third Bank and Florida Community Bank that helped finance the acquirement of BEL USA, the parent company that owns DiscountMugs, by Comvest Partners, a private equity firm.[20][21][22]

In 2014, SunTrust announced it would launch a medical specialty group to work with independent medical practices.[23]

On September 16, 2014, the Atlanta Braves announced the name of their new Cobb County stadium: SunTrust Park.[24] SunTrust Park, which is expected to be unveiled in time for the first pitch of the 2017 season, will serve as the new home of the Atlanta Braves. The $1.1 billion construction project in Cobb County will include restaurants, shops, offices, a hotel, and residential spaces directly connected to the park. The Braves organization is making history by building out the development at the same time the stadium is being constructed.[25]

The Robinson-Humphrey Company

The Robinson-Humphrey Company, one of Atlanta's oldest and important companies,[26] was acquired by SunTrust in 2001. However, SunTrust had long coveted Robinson-Humphrey, reportedly having pursued it for more than 80 years.[27] Trust Company of Georgia, the oldest progenitor of SunTrust, was rebuffed in an effort to buy Robinson-Humphrey in 1917.

The firm was founded as a municipal bond shop by Roby Robinson in 1894. Robinson and William G. Humphrey, a bond trader from Toledo, Ohio, eventually incorporated The Robinson-Humphrey Co. in 1902. It blossomed into the leading investment banking firm in the South under Chairman Justus Martin Jr., who helped broaden its ties to Atlanta corporations, European clients and the firm's wealthy families who were brokerage clients.[27] Martin was at the helm when Robinson-Humphrey commissioned the building of the bold Atlanta Financial Center in city's tony Buckhead business district in the early 1980s.[28]

In 1982, Martin sold Robinson-Humphrey to American Express, which was then run by another Atlanta deal maker and fellow Georgia Tech grad, James Robinson (no relation to Roby Robinson). Under AmEx, the firm operated as part of Shearson Lehman Brothers Inc.[26] In 1993, deal maker Sandy Weill orchestrated a deal for Shearson's retail division, and Robinson-Humphrey was included in the sale, using the Smith Barney unit of Primerica Corp.[26]

Truist Financial Corporation

On February 7, 2019, BB&T Corporation reported that it would acquire SunTrust to create the sixth-largest US bank, with assets of $442 billion and market capitalization around $66 billion. BB&T will be the nominal survivor, but the merged bank will be headquartered in Charlotte under a new name, Truist Financial Corporation. However, Truist will retain significant operations in Atlanta.[10][29][30] It was subsequently announced that Atlanta will be Truist's headquarters for wholesale banking, while Winston-Salem will be the headquarters for community banking. This could mean more jobs in both cities.[31] SunTrust had been the last major bank headquartered in Atlanta, which had been the South's financial capital for much of the 20th century.

The merger closed on December 6, 2019. On that day, SunTrust Bank merged into BB&T's banking unit, Branch Banking and Trust Company, forming Truist Bank as the merged company's legal banking entity. However, the merged bank will continue to operate under the BB&T and SunTrust names until the two banks' systems are combined, a process that could take up to two years. Customers of either company will be able to use the other's ATMs without charge during the process.[32]

Pre-Merger operations and structure

The company operated three primary business units: Consumer Banking & Private Wealth Management, Wholesale Banking, and Mortgage.[33]

Business Line Percentage of Revenue
Consumer Banking 32%
Corporate & Investment Banking 20%
Commercial & Business Banking 14%
Private Wealth Management 12%
Mortgage 11%
Consumer Lending 8%
Commercial Real Estate 3%

As of September 2016, SunTrust Bank operates 1,400 bank branches and 2,160 ATMs across including Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Maryland, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia, West Virginia, and Washington, D.C.[7] The bank announced in 2018 that it will close its last five West Virginia branches, all in Kroger stores.[34]

Executives

Individual Position Years
William H. Rogers Jr.Chairman, President and CEO 2011 – 2019
James M. Wells IIIChairman, President and CEO 2007 – 2011
L. Phillip HumannChairman, President and CEO 1998 – 2007
James B. "Jimmy" Williams Chairman, President and CEO 1990 – 1998
Robert M. Strickland Chairman/SunTrust; president of Trust Company in 1973 1978 – 1990

On April 21, 2011, William H. Rogers Jr., began a transition into the CEO role previously held by Jim Wells, who retired December 31, 2011. Formerly SunTrust's COO, Rogers assumed the title of CEO on June 1, 2011. Rogers had been named President in 2008.[35] At that time, the current Chief Financial Officer (CFO) is Aleem Gillani was named in April 2011.[36]

In 2015 and 2016, two corporate treasurers have gone on to become CFOs at large regional banks, including Kevin Blair at Zions Bancorporation and Paul Burdiss at Synovus,[37][38] and a unit strategy head, Inder M. Singh, became CFO at IT firm Unisys.[39]

Relationship with Coca-Cola

SunTrust had a long-standing relationship with The Coca-Cola Company. In 1919, Ernest Woodruff, president of the Trust Company from 1904 to 1922, and W. C. Bradley bought The Coca-Cola Company for $25 million and restructured. The Trust Company of Georgia helped underwrite the initial public offering, accepting shares of Coke in exchange for its services.[40] Four years later, his son, Robert W. Woodruff, was elected Coca-Cola's president, a title he would hold until 1954 and was a board member until 1984.

As a result, SunTrust owned 48.3 million shares (3.58%) of Coke as of 2006, which had a GAAP cost basis of $110,000. In addition, the original copy of the formula for Coca-Cola was stored in a safe deposit box of an eventual SunTrust location in Atlanta (originally a Trust Company Bank location) from 1925 to 2011.[41] It was eventually moved to a purpose built vault in the World of Coca-Cola, also in Atlanta.[42]

Over the years, Coca-Cola executives would sit on SunTrust's board of directors[43] and SunTrust execs would sit on Coca-Cola's board.[44]

SunTrust started to divest Coke shares in May 2007, when it sold 4.5 million, or 9% of its position.[45] In 2008, the bank sold another 10 million shares, donated 3.6 million to SunTrust's charitable foundation, and crafted a plan to sell more shares in 2014 and 2015.[46]

However, in September 2012, SunTrust sold all of its Coke shares at the behest of its primary regulator, the Federal Reserve.[47] SunTrust was forced to resubmit its capital plan – known as Comprehensive Capital Analysis and Review (CCAR) – after it failed part of the stress test in March 2012. The Coke shares (or any stock holding) held by SunTrust would weigh on the bank's capital ratio under new capital rules within Basel III. Thus, SunTrust decided to accelerate its plan and sold the Coke shares earlier than expected.[48]

2014 National Mortgage Settlement

In 2014, the Federal government together with state attorneys general in 49 states and the District of Columbia reached a settlement requiring SunTrust Mortgage, Inc., to provide $500 million in various forms of relief to mortgage borrowers. The United States District Court for the District of Columbia entered the Consent Order on September 30, 2014. The consent order addressed SunTrust's alleged misconduct regarding its mortgage servicing and foreclosure practices. SunTrust was also required to create a 40 million dollar fund for the approximately 45,000 SunTrust borrowers who were foreclosed upon between January 1, 2008 and December 31, 2013. In addition, SunTrust was required to adhere to significant new homeowner protections. The consent order required that SunTrust follow the servicing standards set up by the 2012 National Mortgage Settlement (NMS) with the five largest banks.

Controversies

In September 2015 SunTrust laid off one hundred IT professionals with a controversial severance agreement clause by SunTrust that required laid-off employees to be available to help without pay for a period of two years. On October, 23rd Suntrust reversed course and removed the clause: "to make myself reasonably available to SunTrust regarding matters in which I have been involved in the course of my employment with SunTrust and/or about which I have knowledge as a result of my employment with SunTrust."[49]

Buildings and branches

Located at 200 South Orange Avenue, The SunTrust Center is the tallest building in downtown Orlando, Florida. The 35 story, 650,000 sq ft (60,000 m2) building was constructed in 1988 at a cost of approximately $100 million.[citation needed] It is constructed of reinforced concrete and granite with marble finishes and features 17 elevators.

  • Fifteenth and New York Branch in Washington, D.C. (2018)

See also

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External links

Источник: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/SunTrust_Banks

Suntrust Mortgage agrees to pay $21 million in discrimination suit

Story highlights

  • SunTrust increased loan prices for many qualified minorities, suit says
  • Government officials say they examined 850,000 residential mortgage loans
  • Settlement says 20,000 African-American and Hispanic borrowers were charged more
Richmond-based SunTrust Mortgage Inc. has agreed to pay $21 million to resolve a Justice Department lawsuit which alleged that during the boom years prior to the financial meltdown SunTrust discriminated against African-American and Hispanic borrowers.
A two-and-a-half year investigation found that between 2005 and 2009 SunTrust increased loan prices for many qualified minorities. Government officials say they examined 850,000 residential mortgage loans. The settlement filed in federal court in Richmond says 20,000 African-American and Hispanic borrowers were charged higher fees and interest rates than white borrowers based on their race or national origin.
SunTrust, the 11th largest commercial bank in the United States, is the parent of SunTrust Mortgage. Based in Atlanta, Georgia, SunTrust Bank serves the Southeast and Mid-Atlantic through 1600 branches in seven states and the District of Columbia.
"Racial and ethnic bias have no place in the lending market," said U.S, Attorney Neil MacBride in Richmond. He said SunTrust Mortgage has cooperated in the government's investigation, and changed its policies to prevent discrimination.
Assistant Attorney General Thomas Perez commended SunTrust mortgage for implementing strong fair lending policies "even before they knew the full results of our investigation."
Источник: https://www.cnn.com/2012/05/31/justice/suntrust-mortgage-settlement/index.html

BB&T and SunTrust mortgages are transitioning to Truist. 

Truist Bank, Member FDIC. © 2021 Truist Financial Corporation. Truist, the Truist logo and Truist Purple are service marks of Truist Financial Corporation.

Truist Bank, Member FDIC and an Equal Housing Lender

Investment and Insurance Products:
• Are Not FDIC or any other Government Agency Insured • Are Not Bank Guaranteed • May Lose Value

All Truist mortgage professionals are registered on the Nationwide Mortgage Licensing System & Registry (NMLS), which promotes uniformity and transparency throughout the residential real estate industry. Search the NMLS Registry.

Services provided by the following affiliates of Truist Financial Corporation: Banking products and services, including loans and deposit accounts, are provided by SunTrust Bank and Branch Banking and Trust Company, both now Truist Bank, Member FDIC. Trust and investment management services are provided by SunTrust Bank and Branch Banking and Trust Company, both now Truist Bank, and Truist Delaware Trust Company. Securities, brokerage accounts and /or insurance (including annuities) are offered by Truist Investment Services, Inc., and P.J. Robb Variable Corp., which are SEC registered broker-dealers, members FINRASIPC, and a licensed insurance agency where applicable. Investment advisory services are offered by Truist Advisory Services, Inc. , GFO Advisory Services, LLC, Sterling Capital Management, LLC, and Precept Advisory Group, LLC, each SEC registered investment advisers. Sterling Capital Funds are advised by Sterling Capital Management, LLC. Mortgage products and services are offered through SunTrust Mortgage, a tradename for SunTrust Bank now Truist Bank. Insurance products and services are offered through McGriff Insurance Services, Inc. Life insurance products are offered through Truist Life Insurance Services, a division of Crump Life Insurance Services, Inc., AR license #100103477. Both McGriff and Crump are wholly owned subsidiaries of Truist Insurance Holdings, Inc.

"Truist Advisors" may be officers and/or associated persons of the following affiliates of Truist Financial Corporation: Truist Bank, our commercial bank, which provides banking, trust and asset management services; Truist Investment Services, Inc., a registered broker-dealer, which is a member of FINRA and SIPC, and a licensed insurance agency, and which provides securities, annuities and life insurance products; Truist Advisory Services, Inc., an SEC registered investment adviser which provides Investment Advisory services.

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Sun Trust Mortgage

Introduction

Sun Trust Mortgage is a division of Sun Trust Banks Inc., a major U.S. financial holdings company. With over 170 billion in assets, Sun Trust Bank offers a full range of banking and investment services, including mortgage lending and home equity loans.

 

Based in Atlanta, Ga., SunTrust has a strong physical presence in the southeastern U.S., with nearly 1,700 branch offices and 2,900 ATMs, but serves customers nationwide through online banking and lending. In mortgage lending, SunTrust maintains a network of branch offices throughout the country, and has relationships with mortgage brokers, community banks, credit unions and independent mortgage companies that make SunTrust mortgage products available to borrowers in 49 states and the District of Columbia.

 

SunTrust Mortgage Options

Sun Trust Mortgage offers a variety of mortgage refinance programs to meet the needs of a broad range of borrowers. In addition to fixed-rate, adjustable rate (ARM) and jumbo mortgages, SunTrust offers FHA, VA and USDA loans, the last of these enabling low- to moderate-income borrowers purchase homes in rural areas and smaller communities with little or no down payment.  

 

Special “construction to permanent/renovation” mortgage financing is available to buyers who are looking to build their own home or buy and fix up an older home, with a single loan covering all costs of the project, without the need for a second closing when the work is completed.

 

There is also a “doctor loan” program that enables medical doctors, residents, interns and fellows to obtain up to 100 percent financing to purchase a home without the need for mortgage insurance, available in southeastern states.

 

SunTrust mortgage rates are very competitive with the market. Current rates for a variety of loan types are updated on their web site daily.

 

Mortgage Refinancing

Sun Trust Mortgage offers a full range otheir standard mortgages. Borrowers may seek to lower their interest rates, pay off their mortgage more quickly, or convert from one time of mortgage to another, such as from an ARM to a fixed-rate loan. Cash-out refinancing is available for borrowers with adequate equity in their homes.f refinancing products that compare to

 

SunTrust participates in the federal Home Affordable Refinance Program, which is designed to enable homeowners with little or negative equity (owing more than their property is worth) to refinance their mortgage, although certain restrictions apply.

 

If a homeowner has fallen on hard times, Sun Trust Mortgage loan modification programs to help bring the mortgage current again, including participation in the Making Home Affordable/Home Affordable Modification Program (HAMP).

 

Home Equity Loans/HELOCs

Sun Trust Mortgage offers both standard home equity loans and home equity lines of credit (HELOCs). The SunTrust home equity loan allows homeowners to borrow a single lump sum to be repaid over a set period of time at a fixed interest rate.

 

A SunTrust HELOC offers a variety of options. With a HELOC, homeowners may borrow against their home equity as needed. Borrowers may choose from three different repayment options, including revolving, interest-only or fixed rate/fixed term. A SunTrust Access 3 line of credit allows borrowers to reduce the interest rate on their HELOC by as much as 0.75 percentage points if they have an existing SunTrust bank account or mortgage, and opt for automatic payments.

 

SunTrust Mortgage Information

Sun Trust Mortgage services vary among different states and regions of the country. For mortgage service or information in your area, visit the Home Mortgages page on the SunTrust web site at suntrust.com/PersonalBanking/Loans/HomeMortgages and use the Loan Officer Finder.

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SunTrust is one of largest bank holding companies in the country. This division provides mortgage services to consumers, small businesses, and large corporations and institutions. The company operates primarily in the Southeastern United States. ** NOTE: As a privately held subsidiary of a publicly traded parent company, annual revenue and employee count are not readily available. Therefore, the revenue and employee figures presented below are those of the parent company. **

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Truist Bank, Member FDIC. © 2021 Truist Financial Corporation. Truist, the Truist logo and Truist Purple are service marks of Truist Financial Corporation.

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All Truist mortgage professionals are registered on the Nationwide Mortgage Licensing System & Registry (NMLS), which promotes uniformity and transparency throughout the residential real estate industry. Search the NMLS Registry.

Services provided by the following affiliates of Truist Financial Corporation: Banking products and services, including loans and deposit accounts, are provided by SunTrust Bank and Branch Banking and Trust Company, both now Truist Bank, Member FDIC. Trust and investment management services are provided by SunTrust Bank and Branch Banking and Trust Company, both now Truist Bank, and Truist Delaware Trust Company. Securities, brokerage accounts and /or insurance (including annuities) are offered by Truist Investment Services, Inc., and P.J. Robb Variable Corp., which are SEC registered broker-dealers, members FINRASIPC, and a licensed insurance agency where applicable. Investment advisory services are offered by Truist Advisory Services, Inc.GFO Advisory Services, LLC, Sterling Capital Management, LLC, and Precept Advisory Group, LLC, each SEC registered investment advisers. Sterling Capital Funds are advised by Sterling Capital Management, LLC. Mortgage products and services are offered through SunTrust Mortgage, a tradename for SunTrust Bank now Truist Bank. Insurance products and services are offered through McGriff Insurance Services, Inc. Life insurance products are offered through Truist Life Insurance Services, a division of Crump Life Insurance Services, Inc., AR license #100103477. Both McGriff and Crump are wholly owned subsidiaries of Truist Insurance Holdings, Inc.

"Truist Advisors" may be officers and/or associated persons of the following affiliates of Truist Financial Corporation: Truist Bank, our commercial bank, which provides banking, trust and asset management services; Truist Investment Services, Inc., a registered broker-dealer, which is a member of FINRA and SIPC, and a licensed insurance agency, and which provides securities, annuities and life insurance products; Truist Advisory Services, Inc., an SEC registered investment adviser which provides Investment Advisory services.

Comments regarding tax implications are informational only. Truist and its representatives do not provide tax or legal advice. You should consult your individual tax or legal professional before taking any action that may have tax or legal consequences.

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Truist Securities is a trademark of Truist Financial Corporation. Truist Securities is a trade name for the corporate and investment banking services of Truist  Financial Corporation and its subsidiaries. All rights reserved. Securities and allegro sign on advisory services are provided by Truist Securities, Inc., member FINRA and SIPC.  Loan syndications are offered by Truist Securities, Inc. Loans and loan related products are offered by Truist Bank.

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SunTrust Mortgage Rates a Good Deal?

If you’re looking at SunTrust Mortgage Rates for your next home loan there are several things you’ll want to know in order to avoid paying unnecessary markup and fees. Everyone wants a low rate for their home loan; however, paying junk fees can quickly sour the most attractive deals you find online. Here are several of my best mortgage tips to help you make an informed decision if SunTrust mortgage rates are right for your next home loan.

Can You Trust SunTrust Mortgage Rates?

SunTrust Mortgage is a fully-owned subsidiary of SunTrust Bank. Operating primarily out of the South-Eastern part of the country, they have offices from Florida to Washington DC. The mortgage division of SunTrust bank originates loans in 49 Suntrust mortgage number but services loans in all 50 States. SunTrust mortgage can be found on the web at www.suntrustmortgage.com or by phone at 800.632.7928.

Like many of the retail loans offered by big banks, one of the undisclosed fees you should know about is called Service Release Premium. The problem with bank originated mortgage loans is that many of the laws protecting homeowners in your State do not apply because banks are regulated by the Federal Government and are therefore exempt from your State’s consumer protection laws. The problem with Federal mortgage regulation as it pertains to bank originated home loans is that that the Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act (RESPA) allows banks to generate extra revenue by jacking up your interest rate without telling you. Unless you compare the banks interest rates to wholesale mortgage rates you’ll never know how much the bank could be overcharging you.

Bank Mortgage Loan Fees

Service Release Premium (SRP) is the revenue generated for the bank when they charge you higher than market interest rates. SunTrust mortgage rates are no different because they are bank originated and therefore exempt from RESPA and your State’s consumer protection laws. Banks generate this extra revenue (SRP) by selling your home loan with a higher than market interest rate to investors on the secondary market. There is protection built into the RESPA laws that requires mortgage brokers to disclose any fees they collect for marking up your mortgage loan; however, thanks to the Banking Lobby in the United States, SunTrust mortgage rates are exempt from this legislation.

Because of the loophole in consumer protection I recommend that people avoid banks and stick with local mortgage brokers where you’ll get full disclosure in black and white, especially with the 2010 RESPA law changes. As of 2010 mortgage brokers are required to disclose any fees they receive from the lender alongside any origination fee they charge you. This isn’t to say that many shady mortgage brokers will try and explain this fee away as insignificant because it’s being paid by the lender; however, after reading this article you’ll know better and will be able to avoid these shady brokers.

Wholesale Mortgage Rates

It is possible to get a wholesale mortgage rate for your home by finding the right broker. You can pay a one percent origination fee at closing and walk away with what’s known as a Par mortgage rate without paying points or junk fees. SunTrust mortgage rates are not par for reasons that we previously discussed. Banks simply do not offer their customers wholesale rates. Getting par mortgage rates for yourself is not as difficult as you might think; you don’t have to be a personal finance guru to pull it off, you simply need to find the right mortgage broker for the job.

SunTrust Mortgage Complaints

According to the Better Business Bureau, the BBB received a total of 199 complaints about SunTrust mortgage rates during a recent 36 month reporting period. Of the 199 complaints listed 95 were resolved last year. Do BBB ratings mean anything or are they little more than a form of commercial advertising? Complaints or not, the bottom line for getting the lowest possible mortgage is to find the right mortgage broker, not simply hope that SunTrust mortgage rates will give you a good deal.

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Suntrust Mortgage agrees to pay $21 million in discrimination suit

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  • SunTrust increased loan prices for many qualified minorities, suit suntrust mortgage number officials say they examined 850,000 residential mortgage loans
  • Settlement says 20,000 African-American and Hispanic borrowers were charged more
Richmond-based SunTrust Mortgage Inc. has agreed to pay $21 million to resolve a Justice Department lawsuit which alleged that during the boom years prior to the financial meltdown SunTrust discriminated against African-American and Hispanic borrowers.
suntrust mortgage number A two-and-a-half year investigation found that between 2005 and 2009 SunTrust increased loan prices for many qualified minorities. Government officials say they examined 850,000 residential mortgage loans. The settlement filed in federal court in Americas next top model season 10 episode 1 says 20,000 African-American and Hispanic borrowers were charged higher fees and interest rates than white borrowers based on their race or national origin.
SunTrust, the 11th largest commercial bank in the United States, is the parent of SunTrust Mortgage. Based in Atlanta, Georgia, SunTrust Bank serves the Southeast and Mid-Atlantic through 1600 branches in seven states and the District of Columbia.
"Racial and ethnic bias have no place in the lending market," said U.S, Attorney Neil MacBride in Richmond. He said SunTrust Mortgage has cooperated in the government's investigation, and changed its policies to prevent discrimination.
Assistant Attorney General Thomas Perez commended SunTrust mortgage for implementing strong fair lending policies "even before they knew the full results of our investigation."
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CHARLESTON — Attorney General Patrick Morrisey has announced a $550 million joint state-federal settlement with mortgage lender and servicer SunTrust Mortgage Inc. to address mortgage origination, servicing, and foreclosure abuses.

The three-year settlement provides direct payments to West Virginia borrowers for past foreclosure abuses, loan modifications and other relief for borrowers in need of assistance, tough new mortgage servicing standards, and grants oversight authority to an independent monitor.

“This agreement will provide more than 100 West Virginians who borrowed from SunTrust with loan modifications,” Morrisey said in a statement. “Additionally, some loans that were foreclosed upon may be eligible for payments for past abuses.”

West Virginia is joining 48 other states, the District of Columbia, suntrust mortgage number U.S. Department of Justice, the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, and the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau in the settlement.

Morrisey said the SunTrust agreement closely mirrors the National Mortgage Settlement reached in February 2012 between the federal government, 49 states and the nation’s five largest national mortgage servicers. That agreement has provided consumers nationwide with more than $50 billion in direct relief, created tough new servicing standards, and implemented independent oversight.

“Like the 2012 settlement, the SunTrust settlement holds a major mortgage servicer accountable for its unacceptable past practices, and provides direct relief to West Virginia borrowers,” Morrisey said. “And SunTrust must treat its borrowers much more fairly because of the settlement’s tough servicing standards.”

The agreement requires SunTrust to provide certain West Virginia borrowers with loan modifications or other relief. The modifications, which SunTrust will choose through an extensive list of options, include principal reductions and refinancing for underwater mortgages. SunTrust will decide how many loans and which loans to modify, but must meet certain minimum targets. Because SunTrust receives only partial settlement credit for many types of loan modifications, the settlement will provide relief to borrowers that will exceed the overall minimum amount.

Information about the loan modification process will be released at a later date. SunTrust borrowers who may have settlement-related questions, including whether they may qualify for certain forms of relief, may call 800-634-7928 or go online at www.SunTrustMortgage.com.

Approximately 184 eligible West Virginia borrowers whose loans were serviced by SunTrust and who lost their home to foreclosure between 2008 and 2013 and encountered servicing abuse will be eligible for a payment from the national $40 million fund for payments to borrowers. The borrower payment amount will depend on how many borrowers file claims.

Eligible borrowers will be contacted about how to qualify for payments.

Morrisey said the settlement requires SunTrust to substantially change how it services mortgage loans, handles foreclosures, and ensures the accuracy of information provided in federal bankruptcy court.

The terms will prevent past foreclosure abuses, such as robo-signing, improper documentation and lost paperwork.

The settlement creates dozens of new consumer protections and standards, including:

• Making foreclosure a last resort by first requiring SunTrust to evaluate homeowners for other loss mitigation options;

• Restricting foreclosure while the homeowner is being considered for a loan modification;

• New procedures and timelines for reviewing loan modification applications;

• Giving homeowners the right to appeal denials;

• Requiring a single point of contact for borrowers seeking information about their loans and maintaining adequate staff to handle calls.

The settlement also states that the National Mortgage Settlement’s independent monitor, Joseph A. Smith Jr., will oversee SunTrust agreement compliance. Smith served as the North Carolina Commissioner of Banks from 2002 until 2012, and is also the former Chairman of the Conference of State Banks Supervisors.

Smith will oversee implementation of the servicing standards required by the agreement; impose penalties of up to $1 million per violation (or up to $5 million for certain repeat violations); and issue regular public reports that identify any quarter in which a servicer fell short of the standards imposed in the settlement.

“This agreement resolves potential violations of civil law based on SunTrust’s deficient mortgage loan origination and servicing activities,” Morrisey said. “The agreement does not prevent state or federal authorities from pursuing criminal enforcement actions related to this or other conduct by SunTrust, or from punishing wrongful securitization conduct that is the focus of the Residential Mortgage-Backed Securities Working Group. The agreement also does not prevent any action by individual borrowers who suntrust mortgage number to bring their own lawsuits.”

The agreement will be filed as a consent judgment in the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia.

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