"The loans need to be legitimate so people aren't strung out,'' Clinton told a group of about 20 people who gathered at a community center here.
Clinton said borrowers should have more access to counseling and unbiased advice on lenders,
loan types and refinancing options and that mortgage documents should be written in plain, easy-to-read language.
"We need clear, easily understood language in all these documents,'' Clinton said. "Enough with the confusion and complexity.''