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FHA to no longer insure new mortgages with PACE loans

The Federal Housing Administration will stop insuring new mortgages on homes with PACE loans, a type of controversial financing used to fund energy-efficient home improvements. The announcement Thursday follows criticism from consumer groups that too many borrowers have taken out unaffordable loans...

Profiling Borrowers, Characteristics of FHA Loans Made in FY 2017

  The Federal Housing Administration (FHA) recently submitted its annual report to Congress for fiscal year 2017. It discussed, among other things, the financial status of the mutual mortgage insurance fund and highlights on its single-family forward mortgages or FHA loans as they are known to all. Show More Summary

GOP Wants to End the Student Loan Forgiveness Program

6 days agoUnited States / Seattle : Slog

The Public Service Loan Forgiveness Program allows some fulltime workers forgiveness on federal student loans after 10 years of qualifying monthly payments. The GOP wants to end it. by Katie Herzog North Carolina Rep. Virginia Foxx enjoys both dancing and crushing student loan debt forgiveness. Show More Summary

Heartache Tonight! Bank C&I Lending Falls To 1.2% YoY (Auto Loans Fall To 2.1% YoY, Real Estate Loans Fall To 5.1% YoY)

We’ve got a heartache tonight … in terms of bank lending. Particularly commercial and industrial lending (C&I) and auto loans. Particularly since bank lending is the primary transmission vehicle for Federal Reserve policies. C&I lending...Show More Summary

You Can Borrow More for a Home as FHFA Raises 2018 Conforming Loan Limits

For the second year, the Federal Housing Finance Agency, who oversees Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, has increased loan limits on conforming mortgages in 2018. The increase in 2018 conforming loan limits matched rising home prices felt across the U.S. Show More Summary

Art Movements

last weekArts : Hyperallergic

This week in art news: the director of the Louvre revealed he's negotiating for a loan of "Salvator Mundi," Egypt accused a 95-year-old Australian woman of looting antiquities, and a federal judge refused to release a Gardner Museum heist person of interest from domestic confinement. The post Art Movements appeared first on Hyperallergic.

Students would get loan info under bill OK'd in Michigan

Michigan universities and colleges would be required to give students information about their federal loans each year under a bill advancing in the Legislature. The House passed the legislation 91-14 … Click to Continue »

Report: Wells Fargo may face more federal sanctions over insurance, mortgage practices

Wells Fargo & Co. may face new sanctions from a key federal regulator over bad practices the bank has copped to over the last several months, including forcing auto loan customers into unneeded insurance policies and charging improper fees on some mortgage borrowers, according to a news report....

Florida Coastal Law School: 'We Are Not For Sale'

Following up on Saturday's post, WSJ: The Rise And Fall Of A Law School Empire Fueled By $1 Billion Of Federal Loans: Jax Daily Record, Florida Coastal School of Law: We’re Not For Sale: Florida Coastal School of Law Dean Scott DeVito on Tuesday described the story published Saturday in...

New clean energy credit union to help consumers go green, save money

The CECU will help Americans in all 50 states get loans for solar panels, electric cars, and more. Donald Trump’s election has led many environmentalists to despair over the federal government’s stance towards clean energy and regulations. Show More Summary

WSJ: The Rise And Fall Of A Law School Empire Fueled By $1 Billion Of Federal Loans

Wall Street Journal, The Rise and Fall of a Law-School Empire Fueled by Federal Loans: Don Lively had a plan to bring more blacks and Hispanics into the practice of law. Mr. Lively, a professor who is white, set out to open a law school that would take minority students...

USDA loaning $2.2M to expand northern Maine health care

Maine's U.S. senators say the federal government is giving a northern Maine health center a $2.2 million loan that will allow it to offer more services. Republican Sen. Susan Collins … Click to Continue »

6.3 million Americans are 90 days late on their auto loan payments

A rising number of Americans are unable to make the monthly payments on their car or truck loans and are in danger of having their vehicles repossessed, according to data released this week by the New York Federal Reserve. There are 6.3 million Americans who are 90 days late — or more — on their...

MBTA Secures Long-Term Funding for Critical Safety Initiative

The Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority has secured $382 million in federal loans through the Transportation Infrastructure Finance and Innovation Act (TIFIA) and Railroad Rehabilitation & Improvement Financing (RRIF) program...

One Chart Proves Auto SAAR Numbers Are Nothing More Than A Rigged, Debt-Fueled Farce

Earlier this morning the New York Federal Reserve released their quarterly consumer credit report which detailed, among other things, delinquencies rates on every type of consumer debt from mortgages to student loans. Now, given the 4.3% unemployment rate in the U.S. Show More Summary

Subprime Auto Delinquency Is Near Crisis Levels at Non-Bank Lenders

There's a growing rift in car debt: Delinquent subprime loans are nearing crisis levels at auto finance companies, while loan performance at banks and credit unions continues to improve, data from the Federal Reserve Bank of New York...Show More Summary

Under DeVos, Education Department continues to shut out disadvantaged college students

Students who were defrauded by for-profit colleges are still waiting on the U.S. Department of Education to forgive their federal student loans — and Senate Democrats are pressuring Education Secretary Betsy DeVos to act. Since the Trump administration came into office, no borrower defense claims have been approved. Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA), who has also […]

Americans' debt level rises in third quarter

Americans' debt level rose during the third quarter, driven by an increase in mortgage loans, according to a Federal Reserve Bank of New York report published on Tuesday. Read more...

There are worrying signs in a $200 billion corner of the auto loan market

Wall Street has been worried about the subprime auto loan market for some time. According to new research from the New York Federal Reserve, the delinquency rate for subprime loans originated by auto finance companies is spiking. "Although...Show More Summary

Increases In Federal Student Loan Limits Do Not Induce Private Law Schools To Raise Tuition

Robert Kelchen (Seton Hall), An Empirical Examination of the Bennett Hypothesis in Law School Prices: Whether colleges increase tuition in response to increased federal student loan limits (the Bennett Hypothesis) has been a topic of debate in the higher education community for decades, yet most studies have been based on...

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