Mortgage buyers are finding new reasons to make the originators buy back home loans, ensuring that repurchases will remain a burden for lenders for the next few years.

Two of the most common justifications today are the discovery that the borrower has debts that were not disclosed to the buyer and problems with appraisals. Buyers are also putting tougher language into their contracts for loans being sold today.

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