A recent report from credit giant TransUnion took a look at where people are now putting their money and had some interesting findings.
Sales of vacation homes rose sharply in 2012 on a year-over-year basis, the National Association of Realtors (NAR) revealed in a recent report.
The number of consumers with credit scores in the subprime category dropped year-over-year, with improvement seen in many metropolitan areas, Equifax revealed in a recent report.
Two metropolitan areas in northern California ranked highest in a recent study conducted by TransUnion that revealed metropolitan areas with the highest and lowest credit scores.
The popularity of mobile banking has increased significantly since 2010, the American Bankers Association (ABA) said in a recent report.
Despite high consumer expectations about how helpful online banking can be, current solutions are not currently up to par, Javelin Strategy & Research revealed in a recent report.
Nearly four out of ten Americans say they are currently unhappy with their personal finance situation, according to a recent survey commissioned by TransUnion.
Activity in the rental market has brightened the housing market and will continue to do so, Freddie Mac said in a recent report.
The U.S. economy should continue growth, but it will come at a moderate pace, the American Bankers Association (ABA) said in a recent report.
Banks made progress with overall customer satisfaction in the past year despite declining satisfaction with fees, J.D. Power and Associates said in a recent report.