Don't bash the brokers

June 2009
Money Marketing;6/25/2009, p50
The article focuses on the author's discussion on the criticisms received by the mortgage intermediary market. He states that he has been disappointed by these criticisms particularly if it targets small brokers. He cites the criticisms from Intermediary Mortgage Lenders Association and the National Housing Federation. He states that the industry is a soft target for these critiques and he puts the blame in everything that has gone wrong in the mortgage market to hide their own inadequacies.


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