When you apply for a loan, federal law requires financial institutions, like First Federal, to gather, verify and record information that identifies each person. So we’ll ask for things like your name, address, date of birth and other identifying information. We’ll also ask to see your driver’s license or other identifying documents.
1 The following information is requested by the Federal Government for certain types of loans related to a dwelling in order to monitor the lender's compliance with equal credit opportunity, fair housing and home mortgage disclosure laws. You are not required to furnish this information, but are encouraged to do so. The law provides that a lender may not discriminate either on the bases of this information, or on whether you choose to furnish it. If you furnish the information, please provide both ethnicity and race. For race, you may check more than one designation. If you do not furnish ethnicity, race or sex, under Federal regulations, this lender is required to not the information on the basis of visual observation and surname if you have made this application in person. If you do not wish to furnish the information, please check the box below. (Lender must review the above material to assure that the disclosures satisfy all requirements to which the lender is subject under applicable state law for the particular type of loan applied for.)