Completed foreclosure auctions decline graduallyRead more
There are significant disparities with respect to bothRead more
race and neighborhood income in access to credit for businesses
in the Chicago six county region, a new report shows.
Confusing information provided by the nation’s biggest banks isRead more
making it difficult for consumers to understand the real costs of
overdraft and make informed decisions, a mystery shopping investigation
released by four organizations from across the country found.
The report focuses on some of the big issues— vacant andRead more
foreclosed properties, retirement savings, and consumer protection—that
have been key to Woodstock Institute's mission and recent work.
Legislation will help millions of Illinois workers save for retirementRead more
Mortgage data from the Home Mortgage Disclosure Act (HMDA) allows researchers and advocates to examine trends in the mortgage and housing market and, more importantly, detect patterns of discrimination.
A troubling new report from the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) suggests that many of the problems in the subprime mortgage market that precipitated the housing crisis may be occurring with private student loans as well.
Today, the Department of Defense released a proposed rule updating the Military Lending Act, which protects military servicemembers from predatory lending practices. The proposed rule closes several key loopholes that previously allowed lenders to trap servicemembers in a high-cost cycle of debt.
Soon, a new wave of recent college grads will begin paying back their loans. Here's what these new grads need to know http://t.co/l8rgW4B0th