Credit unions have many reasons to pursue a strong residential mortgage strategy.
A recent New York Times column urging borrowers to default on their student loans has grave implications for credit unions.
Firms says loans are also taking longer to close than they did last year.
SECU of Maryland, Congressional FCU members will have access to Rate Reset's lending tools.
Study reveals 65% of payday borrowers have a credit card; 81% of high-interest student loan borrowers have a mortgage.
Credit unions should consider offering low or no down payment mortgages, which have become a trend.
The NCUA reports federally-insured credit unions earned $721.9 billion in loans during Q1 2015.
CFA and VantageScore find consumers know more about their scores but don't appreciate their impact on finances.
HELOCs coming into drawdown are risky, but credit unions can help members manage debt, Experian says.
More consumers have car loans now than at any time since the Great Recession, but delinquency remains low.