Ellie Mae reports slightly more than half of mortgage lender’s volume went to refinanced loans in January.
The demand for car loans shows no signs of slowing down.
Kaufman & Canoles lawyers highlight which areas will undergo significant changes this year.
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.
Many of the financial challenges facing credit unions in 2015 are carrying over from 2014 and earlier.
The $624M credit union plans to offer loans to members employed by the Justice Department and Homeland Security Department.
Independent firm KPMG tracks deposits at the $29 billion State Employees’ Credit Union from 2002 to 2014.
Bureau proposes allowing extra time for revised loan estimates and changing loan estimate form.
Will the new change in the way credit scores are calculated result in a loan growth boost for credit unions?