WASHINGTON-The National Association of Mortgage Brokers said the financial reform plan proposed by President Obama has one flaw in that it attempts to tie mortgage broker compensation to the long-term performance of securitized loans.

Meanwhile in its response, the Mortgage Bankers Association pushed its Mortgage Improvement and Regulation Act proposal, which it said would create a regulator for independent mortgage bankers and brokers, funded by the industry itself.

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