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A lack of local population growth and economic prosperity, as well as underwater properties, depress home sales.
Meanwhile, about half of all small credit unions reporting lending declines in the first quarter.
A month after the DoD urges Congress to strengthen the Military Lending Act, the $16.8B PenFed touts its payday equivalent.
A Florida church that defaulted on an Evangelical Christian Credit Union loan heads to the auction block.
More than half of the Fed's 12 districts report strong new vehicle sales the past three months.
Consumers may not be very alarmed about recalls because repairs are made at no charge.
From living expenses to loan participations, learn how to better prepare for your next exam.
An online event in Washington featuring SBA Administrator Maria Contreras-Sweet ponders the future of lending.
First quarter balance pay downs decrease again, and year-end balances expected to rise.