Increases in mortgage origination share mean Community Reinvestment Act compliance could be on the horizon.
RealtyTrac Vice President Daren Blomquist discusses the outlook for homeownership in a sit-down with CU Times.
Survey finds 66% of mortgage originators saw improved business, but regulations remain an obstacle.
Callahan & Associates shares details on how credit unions are capturing loans and members.
The Mortgage Bankers Association reports new home sales rose by 29% in one year.
The association credits the results to a healthy job market and low interest rates.
Complaints on installment loans increase while payday loan complaints decrease. Download the full report here.
As home prices rise, credit unions can step in to help consumers realize their dreams.
Real estate firms also worry about recruiting millennial and Gen X talent to replace retiring boomers.
Transunion reports a new credit union mortgage origination high during Q1 2015.