12/11/2012

Policymakers could ease concerns that the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau's "qualified mortgage" rule will become too restrictive by implementing a dynamic disclosure process, attorney Jeremiah S. Buckley writes. Under such a process, the CFPB could give consumers underwriting information, expressed in lay terms, to help them understand their own risks and what they could do to improve their chances of getting a mortgage, he writes.

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