Supreme Court sides with homeowners in a case against Bank of America. What does this mean for credit unions?
First-time homebuyer campaigns, increased loan demand helps top lenders grow mortgages in 2014.
Rate Checker site allows users to track interest rates and other loan information by state.
CFPB and FHA research finds home buyers do not use the internet to compare rates, mortgage terms.
Add the National Association of Realtors to those encouraged by the FHA's annual premium cut on its mortgage insurance.
Credit unions are already preparing to grow loan portfolio revenue in 2015.
The $2B credit union-sponsored fashion show features students wearing clothing designed with recyclable materials.
Groups say measure will go a long way towards helping many Americans become homeowners.
Credit unions anticipate robust loan growth in 2015. Auto and home equity lending drum up the most demand.
The reduction from 1.35% to 0.85% will save the typical first time home buyer $900 per year, the White House says.