WASHINGTON — The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau's proposal to require more data from lenders through the Home Mortgage Disclosure Act has already sharply divided industry and consumer groups.

The plan would significantly expand HMDA requirements, including requiring lenders to disclose the age and credit score of homebuyers, the property value and interest rate details. Currently, publicly released data is primarily broken down by geography, race, gender and whether the applicant was approved.

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