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New CFPB Rules Create Stifling Credit Conditions

Mortgage Markets Today
Host Louis Amaya, discusses capital markets, whole loan /MSR/ secondary trading, real estate and mortgage lending with industry experts.

Joining the broadcast today to discuss the new qualified mortgage rules is Chris Whalen, Executive Vice President and Managing Director for Carrington Holding Company. Carrington operates in virtually every aspect of the real estate and mortgage space.

Chris currently writes a twice weekly column, Washington & Wall Street, on the Breibart.com web site. He also contributes articles to Zero Hedge, American Banker and The National Interest. Chris has testified before Congress, the Securities and Exchange Commission and the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation on a range of financial, economic and political issues and is a regular commentator on Bloomberg and other news organizations

Lastly Chris is the author of the December 2010 book, “Inflated: How Money and Debt Built the America Dream”.

 

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About Author: Louis Amaya

Louis Amaya
Host Louis Amaya of iServe delves into the intricacies of the investment environment while discussing whole loan, MSR, and secondary trading as well as real estate and mortgage lending. Investors, lenders, service providers, and all those interested in and affected by mortgage and housing markets can tune in on the web or download on iTunes.

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