Your mortgage application is more likely to be approved on an unexpectedly sunny day, according to a new study.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau has proposed to extend its oversight to auto finance lenders that are not banks.
It is possible to obtain a mortgage with less money down, but only if you qualify.
The ability-to-repay regulations set new standards for qualified mortgages.
Borrowers grown more satisfied with their mortgage lenders compared to last year, according to survey.
Qualified single and first-time buyers are still not able to obtain a mortgage.
Consumer advocacy groups ask federal regulators to step up bank scrutiny.
The credit scores of mortgage applicants are higher than average.
Tighter lending standards will make the popular ARM more difficult to obtain.
A group of senators is asking regulators to investigate high-interest payday loans being made at major banks.