Lenders Fear Impact of New Dodd-Frank Mortgage Rule


Lenders Fear Impact of New Dodd-Frank Mortgage Rule

Lenders Fear Impact of New Dodd-Frank Mortgage Rule


U.S. mortgage lenders and real-estate agents are growing concerned a new set of mortgage-lending standards under development by a new consumer regulator will imperil the fledgling housing recovery and limit the availability of home loans.

In recent weeks, after meetings with consumer bureau officials, several real-estate industry groups and some consumer advocacy organizations have grown worried about how the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau could interpret the mortgage lending rules, which it is aims to finish by this summer.

In a letter to be sent to the consumer bureau Monday, 33 lobbying groups, including the National Association of Realtors, Mortgage Bankers Association and American Bankers Association, warn against an overly restrictive interpretation of the “qualified mortgage” lending rules, which are required by the 2010 Dodd-Frank financial overhaul law.


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One Response to “Lenders Fear Impact of New Dodd-Frank Mortgage Rule”

  1. Ken Hansen says:

    Suprised all the lobbyists swarming DC haven’t killed this one. Cannot let them do that.


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