In the latest aftershock from the collapse of the subprime mortgage business, bank lending to the mortgage industry is getting tight.

Warehouse lenders-banks that supply interim financing while mortgage banks wait to sell home loans in the secondary market-are reexamining their portfolios, raising prices, and requiring stricter terms and more disclosure, experts say.

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