Unintended consequences of regulating mortgage brokersBy
It’s understandable why people want to increase regulation of mortgage brokers, since many of them contributed to the housing bubble and bust by acting unscrupulously. But economics teaches us to beware of unintended consequences. New research indicates that at least one form of regulation of mortgage brokers could backfire.
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