CNBC's Diana Olick reports interest only mortgages are back and different than before but could open the door to riskier loan products again.
CNBC's Diana Olick the interest-only comeback, requirements to get a loan, and how it plays into the real estate market.
China's market selloff may have decked traders but one group is benefitting: the country's home-grown online finance companies.
John Calverley, Head, Global Thematic Research at Standard Chartered, warns of looming trouble in Greek politics.
Amazon is planning to expand its business loan program to China and seven other countries.
Goldman Sachs is planning to offer consumer loans through a website or app. Insight, with Jeff Harte, Sandler O'Neill.
Eric Wasserstrom, Guggenheim Securities, weighs in on Goldman Sachs online lending service for consumers and small businesses.
Goldman Sachs hopes to be ready to make its first online loans by next year, with J.B. Pritzker, Pritzker Group.
The low-cost unit will allow Goldman to charge lower interest rates and still make a profit. But the venture holds risks.
CNBC's Sharon Epperson discusses the student loan ripple effect as debt increases for students.
Homes are in short supply and millennials are staying home longer, says Stuart Miller, Lennar CEO, discussing the slow, but steady improvement in the housing market. Also Miller weighs in on regulations and the difficulty for many homebuyers to obtain mortgages.
Stories that begin with central banks easing bank lending requirements don't often end happily, but Indonesia may dodge creating a credit bubble.
We're actually lowering our forecast, says David Stevens, Mortgage Bankers Association CEO, sharing the outlook on housing and weighing in on the mortgage rate game.
The world's largest online consumer loans marketplace is disrupting the way people borrow money.
PayPal co-founder Max Levchin announced his lending startup Affirm has raised $275 million, reports CNBC's Josh Lipton.
Mortgage applications fell 4.6% overall last week, but activity was up for new home loans.
The Justice Department wants us to admit fraud and we're not going to do that, says Quicken Loans Chairman Dan Gilbert, weighing in on the DOJ's probe of the company and other large lenders.
Quicken Loans Chairman Dan Gilbert, talks about the process of rebuilding the Motor City.
Warren Buffett unapologetically defended Clayton Homes on Saturday from accusations of predatory lending.
Liao Qiang, China Bank Analyst at S&P, discusses the share of non-performing loans in Chinese banks.