WASHINGTON — Subprime mortgages are likely to become harder to make and more expensive to sell based on the new qualified mortgage rule.

Under the rule, which was released Thursday by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, consumers with a "higher-priced" mortgage would have more legal rights to challenge a lender in court.

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