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Volume 2014 - Number 20

September 26, 2014

Strong Demand for Non-QMs, Supply an Issue

There’s plenty of consumer demand for loans that don’t meet the standards for qualified mortgages, according to industry participants. But more than a year after the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau established standards for non-QMs, lenders and investors are still trying to determine the liability posed by the mortgages. Jay Lown, president of Cherry Hill Mortgage Investment, a real estate investment trust managed by Stan Middleman, chairman and CEO of Freedom Mortgage, said Freedom is ...

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