Fewer banks tighten mortgage underwriting standards

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Mortgage Payments Tightening Lending Standards | Ellie Mae's New Origination Report OCC: Underwriting – For national banks, underwriting refers to the terms and conditions under which they extend or renew credit, such as financial and collateral requirements, repayment programs, maturities, pricing, and covenants. Banks may tighten standards in response to economic conditions while still continuing to extend credit in commercial and retail loan products.