Aligning QRM, EU Bond Pricing, Heinz Surge: ComplianceCarla Main
Feb. 15 (Bloomberg) -- U.S. realtors and mortgage bankers say they hope President Barack Obama’s call for streamlined mortgage rules in his State of the Union speech will help them persuade regulators not to set a strict minimum down payment for home loans.
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