All Posts Tagged: mortgage

U.S. Outlook: The state of household finances today

Scott Anderson
Chief Economist
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According to a Federal Reserve report, nominal household debt hit a record high $15.3 trillion in the first quarter of 2018.

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U.S. Outlook: Strong consumer-led rebound in Q2 GDP anticipated

Scott Anderson
Chief Economist
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Robust real GDP growth above 4% is expected in the second quarter of this year, driven by a sharp rebound in real consumer spending.

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Tackling household debt

Beth Hale
Posted by Beth Hale
Consumer Banking
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It is important to know what type of debt you have and how you can tackle it, especially if you find yourself struggling to manage it.

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Jumbo loans: 5 things for homebuyers to consider

Victor Polich
Mortgage Banking
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Just as with any other loan, you need to make sure that a jumbo loan is a positive and sustainable fit for your lifestyle and finances.

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