WASHINGTON — The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau continued to release a series of rules overhauling the mortgage system this week, unveiling new regulations on Friday that restrict compensation for loan originators and establish specific qualifications for mortgage brokers and loan officers.

One rule largely bans compensation to mortgage originators based on loan terms, including a higher interest rate or generally a high-cost loan. The agency said the rule is meant to prevent originators from wrongfully placing borrowers into risky loans in order to get higher payouts.

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