Down payments become a sticking point in mortgage-lending rules

01/13/2011 | Wall Street Journal, The

Regulators are trying to meet an April deadline for establishing rules on mortgage lending, but details of the law are splitting the mortgage industry. Lenders are divided over the size of down payments required on loans deemed less risky. The debate centers on the risk-retention requirement, which is aimed at preventing a future housing crisis.

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