With mortgage rates at near-historic lows , the stampede to refinance isn’t abating. But should you turn your gaze to a 15-year refinance deal?
Are mortgage rates on the sustained upswing heading into 2010? It would appear that’s the case this last week of the year.
Momentum is gathering on Capitol Hill for a new watchdog agency devoted to credit and lending consumer issues. What changes will this mean?
Many loan modification candidates don’t realize it, but in the fine print on many loan contracts is the right for lenders to sell your house.
The Glass-Steagall Act, a depression-era law that separated investment houses and insurance companies from traditional banks, may be making a comeback.
Welcome to the “Big Ben Show: Part II” – coming to an economic crisis near you in 2010.
Charging the entire cost of a new car on an American Express credit card is the kind of deal that legends are made of — good and bad.
Like the old Irish pub adage that “it’s always five o’clock somewhere,” there’s always a good deal to be had, right here and now.
Should bank CEOs of bailed-out banks start declining their bonuses? One did.
There’s always one place in America these days where the digits are falling – and that’s in the certificate of deposit market.