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Barry Stricklin of Tower FCU shares his credit union's strategies for working with non-QM mortgages.

BOSTON — Loans that don’t comply with the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s qualified mortgage rules present an opportunity for credit unions, because they will represent about 25% of all mortgage loan production, said Barry Stricklin, vice president of real estate lending for the $2.7 billion Tower FCU.

The Laurel, Md.-based executive presented a breakout session on project management for new mortgage rules Wednesday afternoon at NAFCU’s Annual Convention at the Hynes Convention Center in Boston.

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