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The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is now requiring lenders to ensure that homebuyers can actually pay their mortgage before lending them the money.

The new “Ability-to-Repay” rule  issued Thursday protects consumers from irresponsible mortgage lending practices such as “no doc” and “interest only” features that the bureau said helped force many borrowers into delinquency and foreclosure after the 2008 housing collapse.


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