4 reasons Dodd-Frank will not be repealed by Trump

It's unlikely to be overturned entirely or prompt a subprime lending surge
  • Repealing laws requires a very rigorous process and executive orders can be nullified upon judicial review.
  • Changes will take place more around the edges, such as cutting compliance costs, freeing up community and regional banks from some rules and helping out investment advisers who believe they've been targeted unfairly.

Many people, especially real estate professionals, are anticipating President Trump’s pledge to remove regulations relating to financial services and the rollback of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act.