Student Loans

November 16, 2016

Is the Future of the CFPB at Stake?

Republican lawmakers and big names on Wall Street have been trying to weaken or abolish the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau since it was created more than five years […]
November 11, 2016

33% of Rehabbed Student Loans to Go Back Into Default

A new report by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, found that 1 in 3 student-loan borrowers with very low incomes who have “cured” a loan in […]
October 24, 2016

Consumer Delinquencies Hit New Low

Consumer delinquencies fell last quarter to their lowest point in at least 15 years, according to quarterly data released by the American Bankers Association (ABA).  The […]
October 18, 2016

High Rents and Student Debt Hinder Homeownership

Higher rental costs and student loan debt continue to prevent many Americans from purchasing a home, according to the results of a survey from NeighborWorks America.  […]
October 4, 2016

Survey: Election Outcome is Economy’s Big Threat

What the majority of Americans fear most about the upcoming presidential election is the election itself — and that might be the scariest part of all.  […]
September 16, 2016

Affordability Is a Huge Concern for Homebuyers

This summer, worries about housing affordability are growing more predominant, according to a Redfin survey. More than 28% of homebuyers said “prices are rising or are too […]
September 7, 2016

Parents Come Up Short on College Savings

College tuition continues to rise, putting increasing pressure on parents hoping to give their children a hand in paying for school. And more parents than ever are […]
August 23, 2016

The Middle-Class Housing Crisis

Deepening income inequality across the U.S. is dividing the housing market into winners and losers among renters and owners, the middle class and wealthy, and racial groups.  An annual […]