Many credit unions across the nation are choosing to outsource their collections departments.
According to a report from the Mortgage Bankers Association, September 2015 showed growth in new home purchase applications compared to August, as well as the year prior.
Credit unions are seeing more of their members turn to them for loans, according to a study by TransUnion.
Credit unions provide an alternative financial route than traditional banks. Here's how credit unions have succeeded lately and why they could be right for you.changes
U.S. home sales hit a 22-month high and both credit unions and borrowers are there to reap the benefits.
Millennials can benefit from credit unions when looking to buy a home.
The financial crisis did serious damage to the U.S. economy, but things started to improve at the end of last year.
Reverse mortgages represent a helpful tool for many seniors who have a large amount of equity in their home and too little cash in the bank, but consumer confusion regarding this loan option could be contributing to a recent uptick in the number of foreclosures.
Credit unions have a unique opportunity to help Hispanic and black individuals attain credit that they are unable to receive from other lenders.
The recent economic recovery increased employment and wages across the country, but many people still struggle to get home loans because of poor credit or high levels of debt.