2017 is going out with a bang for the U.S. residential real estate market, as home prices are in full flight, and demand for mortgages is high. What will 2018 bring?
Attention Lamborghini lovers! Now you can speed off in style with their new SUV. And since the North American International Auto Show is in Detroit this weekend, we just have fast cars on our mind.
Consumers will feel the pain in a rising interest rate environment as experts predict the Federal Reserve will raise rates at least three times in 2018.
The Federal Reserve raised rates three times this year, the most since before the 2008 financial crisis, and is on track for further increases next year with economic growth solid, unemployment at a 17-year low and inflation subdued.
Economic data look great. Growth is solid, unemployment is at a 17-year low and stubbornly low inflation is rising. So the Fed is justified in raising rates -- including a likely hike at a meeting on Wednesday. But Bank of America is reminding investors that a rate-hiking cycle is rarely painless.
Need income in retirement? Refinancing your home is an option, but only under specific conditions.
HELOCs are gathering steam again, as the economy brightens. But if you use them, do so wisely.
It's pretty hard to understand Republican arguments that depriving consumers of the right to sue would actually help them. Experts say it probably wouldn't.
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