Prosper Marketplace's Ron Suber says the lending platform matches borrowers with investors, and offers an average estimated return of 7.4 percent.
CNBC's Diana Olick and Sarah Edelman discuss whether private equity companies are doing right by homeowners when they buy troubled loans.
CNBC's Diana Olick reports on the rise in refinancing taking place.
Richard Cordray discussed his past five years as director of the CFPB and how he plans to spend his next five.
The European Central Bank told the world's oldest bank to cut net non-performing loans by 40-percent over three years.
VisionFund Australia's Warwick Aubin explains how microfinancing can help empower people to start businesses and break poverty cycles.
CNBC's Diana Olick reports on investor home loans with up to $750,000 per property, in which people without jobs can get an investor loan.
GM CEO Mary Barra talks about the impact of technology on the development of cars in the future.
GM CEO Mary Barra talks about what worries her in the auto economy.
Uber is turning to a new source of cash in exchange for something other than equity. Recode reports.
Nissan is set to buy 34% of Mitsubishi. Carlos Ghosn, Renault-Nissan CEO, discusses the deal, auto sales, Brexit, and more.
Uber may raise up to $2 billion through a type of loan that is given to borrowers who already have substantial debt.
CNBC's Dominic Chu reports that Uber is seeking to raise $1 billion to $2 billion in debt financing with a leveraged loan, according to the Dow Jones.
Singapore's beaten-down home prices may find hopes of a recovery from an unusual source: car loans.
The Brazilian government is considering an emergency loan to the cash-strapped state of Rio de Janeiro as the Olympic games loom.
Ethan Penner, Mosaic Real Estate Investors, and Shari Olefson, The Carnegie Group founder, provide insight to the housing market.
CNBC's Diana Olick reports new fears are surfacing that the housing market could be headed back to the future as home prices near all-time highs and new low down payments mortgages have made their way back into the market.
Central banks are essentially out of ammunition, with negative rate policies spurring greater savings, not growth, said the Allianz's chief economist.
Motif Investing board member Charles Moldow, discusses challenges to disruption in banking, and the impact to consumers of increased lending.
Almost seven years after the housing meltdown, one bank is now offering "lite doc" loans that only require proof of employment but borrowers must put forty-percent down and have a FICO score of 700, reports CNBC's Diana Olick.