How CFPB mortgage rules could affect borrowers

08/21/2013 | U.S. News & World Report

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau's new rules governing mortgage-lending practices, including debt-limit caps, could shut out 10% to 50% of borrowers who now would qualify for loans, some analysts say. Affected groups include first-time buyers, retirees and those with rocky recent job histories.

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