A majority of business economists believes federal regulators should require a high down payment on "qualified residential mortgages" (QRM) that will be exempt from risk retention.

A new survey from the National Association of Business Economics (NABE) discovered that 51% of their economists believe the maximum loan-to-value ratio on QRM loans should be 80% or less — and only 11% said it should be 90% or less.

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