Fifteen industry and consumer groups are urging federal regulators to extend the June 10 comment period on the contentious risk retention proposal, which they said will have an “enormous impact on the availability and cost” of obtaining a mortgage.

The 400-page proposal includes almost 200 questions and requires data development and analysis, the 15 groups said in a comment letter filed late last week with the six regulatory chiefs working on the risk retention rule.

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