Consumer bureau announces rules for mortgage lending

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau today outlined rules requiring banks to ensure that borrowers have income sufficient to repay their mortgage loans and restricting balloon payments and upfront fees and points. The so-called "qualified mortgage" rules are meant to prevent the lending practices that contributed to the financial crisis. They provide legal protection for lenders that follow the new lending standards and leave those that do not open to lawsuits.

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