Housing experts want next president to revamp lending, regulations

Experts also said the next president should focus on incentivizing builders to develop entry-level housing.

By Peter Fabris, Contributing Editor | September 6, 2016

Housing experts want the next president to more aggressively reform lending and regulations to give the industry a boost. Obama administration critics contend that the president gave his attention to ending risky lending practices and protecting consumers, but did not adequately streamline regulations and reform the mortgage business. Experts also said the next president should focus on incentivizing builders to develop entry-level housing.

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