Predatory Mortgage Lending Practices

Predatory Mortgage Lending Practices

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Witnesses: Bea Hiers, Ft. Wash., MD; Rita Herrod, Clarksburg, W. VA; Susan Johnson, Cottage Grove, MN; Howell Jackson, Harvard Univ. School of Law; John Courson, Mortgage Bankers Assoc. a Central Pacific Mortgage Co.; Joseph Falk, Nat. Assoc. of Mortgage Brokers; Ira Rheingold, Nat. Assoc. of Consumer Advocates; David Olson, Wholesale Access Mortgage Res. a Consult., Inc.; a David Donaldson, Donaldson a Guin, LLC. Additional material: Statement of ABN AMRO Mortgage Group, Inc.; Mortgage Broker Fee Agree. submitted by John Courson; Letter submitted by the Nat. Assoc. of Mortgage Brokers; a Consumer Analysis of HUD's 2001 Policy Statement on Lender Payments to Mortgage Brokers by Margot Saunders.garding the range of loansa€”including par value loansa€”available to borrowers with their credit scores. ... strongly believes that all consumers should have access to their credit score in order to know where they stand in the eyes of the lender, anbsp;...

Title:Predatory Mortgage Lending Practices
Author: Paul S. Sarbanes
Publisher:DIANE Publishing - 2002-09-30

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