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Volume 2014 - Number 10

May 9, 2014

CFPB Considering DTI Cure for Non-Agency QMs

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is considering allowing lenders that accidentally trip the debt-to-income ratio threshold for qualified mortgages to cure the mistake and maintain QM status for the loan. The 43 percent DTI ratio standard for QMs currently only applies to non-agency mortgages that aren’t eligible for sale to the government-sponsored enterprises. The limited right to cure DTI mistakes was proposed last week in conjunction with a proposal from the agency to ...

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