More can loans are getting approved than ever since the recession.
The gap between the monthly payments for new and used cars is at the widest level on record, according to Experian Automotive.
Knowing your credit score before you start shopping for a house could make you feel more confident about the homebuying process.
Car shoppers who opt to buy an alternative fuel car are more likely to use cash to make their purchase than those buying traditional cars.
More consumers are purchasing new and used cars with auto loans, and those loans are for higher amounts and longer terms.
New studies from two major credit bureaus show adding more data to credit reports would boost a ton of consumers’ credit scores.
The CFPB also wants agencies to make it easier for consumers to access and interpret their credit reports.
A new way to measure credit scores could help people with minimal credit history.
This week’s podcast features car sales, college credit for employee training, the outlook for interest rates, and the awesome boost you get to your credit score when your credit report is corrected.
Americans’ balances on their car loans haven risen over the last year, while late payments have remained flat.