WASHINGTON — The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau outlined rules Wednesday that would place new restrictions on mortgage origination points and fees, as well as originator compensation.

The proposals, which are mandated by the Dodd-Frank Act, would require originators to reduce interest rates when customers elect to pay discount points; offer consumers a loan product with no discount points; and would ban origination charges that vary with the size of the loan.

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