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Most Colorado homeowners wouldn’t feel a sting if mortgage interest deduction is cut, but industry is wary

He also is on the board of directors for the Colorado Mortgage Lenders Association, the local wing of the national Mortgage Bankers Association. He said that even for people buying homes above the state’s average price, few are taking out loans for the ...

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