In this week's finance Q&A, Brian O'Connell explains that it's not the brand, but the deal that matters when it comes to credit card shopping.
You’d think a doctor with her own practice or an entrepreneur with a six-figure income would have no problem getting a mortgage. Think again.
If Facebook started a bank, could it succeed against the banking giants we're all used to? One blogger thinks it's at least an interesting idea.
A new study is out showing that homeowners behind on their mortgage will walk away from their loan if they see a neighbor doing the same.
Despite month after month of sour bank interest rate numbers, hope does indeed spring eternal and bank deals are why.
Bank investors are so desperate for a decent return on their money that more and more of them are turning to rewards checking accounts.
Signs of hope, however fragile, seem to be appearing on the economic horizon. That should mean higher interest rates for CD investors.
Here’s a question for homebuyers: Can you shop around for the lowest closing costs on the market?
Mortgage rates were on the rise last week, boosted upward by higher rates on new U.S. Treasuries and some positive news on the economy.
Real estate agents are turning to Twitter to sell homes. If you want follow along, though, you have to know how to play the game.