June 27, 2017

Banks: Are There Too Many Cybersecurity Alerts?

Security alert overload, a source of frustration for bank security departments for some time, appears to have careened out of control.  A survey of bank security […]
June 26, 2017

Delinquencies Down in May; Some States Fare Better Than Others

Delinquencies and foreclosure rates dropped in May, partially reversing the sudden increase in April, according to Black Knight Financial Services’ First Look report.  After rising 13% in April, […]
June 23, 2017

All U.S. Banks Pass Stress Tests

For the second year in a row, all of the nation’s largest financial institutions passed their stress tests, meaning each company has enough capital on hand to […]
June 21, 2017

Study Discovers New Segment of Digital Banking Users

A recent study from financial services technology leader FIS reveals the emergence of “Gen MX,” a new segment of higher-income Gen Xers and senior millennials.  This segment […]
June 19, 2017

Home Flipping Volume Rises to 9-Year High

ATTOM Data Solutions’ Q1 2017 U.S. Home Flipping Report revealed that 43,615 single family homes and condos were flipped during Q1 2017, which was an 8% […]
June 16, 2017

The Cost of Attending a Wedding in 2017

Wedding season is upon us.  According to theKnot.com, the average cost of a wedding in 2016 rose to an all-time high of $35,329.  But modern weddings […]
June 15, 2017

Homeowner Equity On the Rise

Homeowner equity increased significantly in the first quarter of 2017, according to the Q1 2017 home equity analysis from CoreLogic.  Homeowners with a mortgage, about 63% of […]
June 14, 2017

Is the New Household Debt Record Cause for Concern?

Last month, the New York Federal Reserve reported that household debt across the nation has hit a dubious milestone in the first quarter: It surpassed the […]
June 13, 2017

New Home Sales Less Than Half of Historical Norms

The current level makes up 88.3% of the 50-year average, according to a report from Trulia. However, new home sales are unable to keep up with the […]