Allen Fishbein

Director of Housing and Credit Policy, Consumer Federation of America

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Director of Housing and Credit Policy for the Consumer Federation of America, an association representing 300 consumer groups from around the country

Allen Fishbein on KCRW

When housing prices were going up, lenders were approving low interest loans to borrowers with questionable credit.

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