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  1. RonRonDoRon

    Here’s a thought. We could go back to the original rule for a qualified mortgage. That was when a loan officer said, “I’m going to approve this mortgage because we’re very unlikely to lose money on it.”

    The flip side of that rule was that if the lender lost money on the loan, the lender actually lost money – no government entity was going to reimburse the cost of poor judgment.

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