Sellers, buyers agree on these 3 concessions in homebuying process: survey
A combination of fewer new homes being built and a limited existing housing supply has pushed the number of new listings to its lowest since 2004, according to an Opendoor survey.
Americans anxious about money safety after bank failures: survey
The recent collapses of tech-friendly banks, including Silicon Valley Bank (SVB) and Signature Bank were why 48% of Americans said they were stressed about the safety of the money they have in accounts at banks or other financial institutions, according to a Gallup survey.
80% of older adults can't cover the cost of a financial shock: Survey
High inflation and rising costs are why 80% of households with adults over the age of 60 — or 47 million households — were found to be at risk of falling into economic insecurity, a recent National Council on Aging (NCOA) survey said.
Congress votes to kill Biden's student loan forgiveness plan
Congress passed Republican-sponsored legislation proposing to revoke President Joe Biden's cancellation plan and prevent the U.S. Department of Education from canceling student loans.
Gas prices stay neutral to kick off summer, but there's a chance for a decrease in the forecast: AAA
The national average cost for a gallon stayed steady at $3.57, as demand for gas and oil prices fell, even as more than 37 million Americans drove to their holiday destinations on the holiday weekend, AAA said.
These two factors could be driving your car insurance costs up
Your safe driving record isn't the only thing your auto insurers are looking at when it comes to determining rate – they are also factoring in your credit score and where you live, a recent report said.
More students turning to federal and private student loans to finance college: survey
Forty-six percent of respondents said they planned to use federal student loans to finance a college degree, a 3% increase from 2019, according to a College Ave survey.
Homebuyers are finding better deals in these cities, survey says
Roughly 25% of home searchers looked to relocate to a new metro in the first quarter, according to a Redfin survey. But they may start seeing an uptick in inventory as sellers enter the housing market.
Consumer demand for new cars and homes is why a modest recession is possible: Fannie Mae
Fannie Mae has forecasted a recession in 2023 since last April and said the tightening in credit lending would likely lead to slower future business investment this year.