Demand among first-time buyers is rising while repeat purchases are falling, Genworth reports.
One economist sees ingredients for consumer retrenchment while another sees better asset management.
CUNA Mutual Group expects rising interest rates to slow down loan growth next year.
The economic situation in Puerto Rico grows increasingly dire as creditors offer help but may add to the island's debt.
Three hurricanes in a row are impacting the U.S. housing market.
A new report shows strong credit union growth; car loans exceed the national average.
Gig work provides flexibility and it’s changing how employers and employees interact - and preventing workers from getting benefits.
Second quarter credit union profits rise 10.7% despite the real estate slowdown.
Puerto Rico is facing a natural and financial disaster with Hurricane Irma.
While it's early to fully grasp the scope of damage from Harvey's flooding, experts believe this will be an economic catastrophe.