Dec 4, 2013 The credit rating agency Experian says Americans are taking out bigger car loans and are taking longer to pay them back.
Sep 17, 2013 Mortgage lenders fueled the financial collapse by marketing subprime loans to people who couldn't afford them. They disappeared as the housing market crashed, but subprime mortgages could return.
Stacey Vanek Smith
May 3, 2013 Big investors have been snapping up foreclosed homes and turning them into rentals. Now some of those investors are hoping to capitalize on their distressed buys -- and share the spoils with the general public -- by going public.
Feb 13, 2012 Federal and state authorities have reached an agreement with big banks on abusive foreclosure practices. What does this mean for states like Maryland?
Dec 22, 2011 BofA's costs mount as it settles a mortgage discrimination suit against subsidiary Countrywide Financial.
Dec 22, 2011 Bank of America will pay $335 million to settle mortgage discrimination charges against Countrywide Financial.
Dec 22, 2011 Countrywide was accused of steering more than 200,000 black and Hispanic borrowers into risky subprime loans during the housing bubble. But is the practice really over now?
John Steele Gordon
Dec 19, 2011 The SEC charged two former CEOs of the mortgage giants for failing to fully report their companies' exposure to subprime mortgages.
Heidi N. Moore
Dec 1, 2011 There is an ongoing effort to get the euro back to normal, and the crisis is looking more and more like the sub-prime mortgage crisis here in the U.S.