Why TRID Could Spell Trouble for Warehouse Lenders

SOURCE: Mortgage News Feed

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau's new integrated disclosure regulations could pose problems for warehouse line providers along with their mortgage lender clients. That's because loans could end up stuck on warehouse lines if originators can't find investors to buy blemished mortgages that don't precisely meet the stringent requirements that take effect in October.

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