Jamie Dimon on Mortgage Lending Since Subprime Crisis

Jamie Dimon dedicated a portion of his annual letter to talk about regulations on mortgage lending; states that regulations have led to a slow recovery, reducing mortgage lending by about $300 billion annually; provides his perspective on FHA lending where non-banks have taken a significant market share; on servicing mortgages, Dimon wrote, “new mortgage rules and regulations total more than 14,000 pages and stand about six feet tall.”; this has made it expensive to service troubled mortgages. Source

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