Thursday, October 18, 2007

MA toughens mortgage regulations

Massachusetts will impose some of the nation's most stringent regulations on the mortgage industry in an effort to curb practices that have led to record numbers of foreclosures.

The regulations require lenders and brokers to treat all borrowers fairly, with the aim of eliminating excessive fees and sales of loans that borrowers cannot afford.

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