WASHINGTON - New York State regulators are writing guidelines to help banks steer clear of packaging and selling predatory mortgage loans to investors.

Elizabeth McCaul, New York's banking superintendent, said Monday that the guidelines, expected to be formalized later this year, will focus on ensuring all loans meet sound underwriting and appraisal practices and comply with all applicable federal and state consumer protection laws.

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