A new ProPublica investigation is pointing fingers at some big lenders, crying foul in the rejection of some homeowners' loan modification applications.
Last week was a big one for brand rebuilding (Tiger Woods, Toyota). But was it a good one for mortgage rates?
Citi is allowing delinquent mortgage borrowers to remain in their homes — free of charge — for six months. All they have to do is sign over ownership.
Questions about credit cards, mortgages, auto loans and insurance? Brian O'Connell answers them in an ongoing series.
A new study says big banks have a major problem on their hands — customers are losing trust in them. Will a mass customer exodus be next?
The U.S. Mortgage Bankers Association met the same fate as many American homeowners recently — it sold its home for a major loss.
Once Toyota owners drive their fixed cars off the lot, will they face additional fees and rate hikes from their insurance companies?
In a new poll from the Consumer Federation of America, respondents want Congress to set limits and add disclosures on bank overdraft fees.
We’re starting to see some effects from the exploding debt picture, and they aren’t positive ones for bank interest rate investors.
Now credit card companies are getting into the forbearance act. Here’s the deal — and how consumers can get in on it too.