I was hoping for more that just talking points, my dude.
Also, what about the extra affordances D-F brought like a right to a FICO score and tightening up the subprime market (that got us into the 2007 mess in the first place)?
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I am usually appreciative of consumer based laws vs those that help the banks.
Thank you Mako50 for your information on the Dodd-Frank Act. When my husband and I finished building our house, we went to finalize the building loan and get a Mortgage. The loan officer at our bank told me that we had to have a month to month balance in our checking account of $2000-3000. I had gone to another bank and talked to their Loan Office about this requirement and was told if our bank did not want to give us a mortgage loan that he would be glad to do it for us. I went back to our bank and told the Loan Officer if we could not get a mortgage with him, we had a bank who was willing to write a mortgage for us. We got the mortgage with our bank. I wonder if something like this might be a violation of the Dodd-Frank Act now. I knew things seem to be better now for mortgages than they used to be, but I did not know why until reading the information on the Dodd-Frank Act and the information you have provided. Again, I thank you!