Good Credit? Bad Debt Management?

It’s a widely-held misconception that those with good credit have a better grasp of managing their finances. In a recent consumer survey from Marcus by Goldman Sachs®*, 34 percent of consumers with good credit (FICO 660 and above) are in credit card debt and 41 percent view credit card debt as an area they wished they had more control over.

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Are Fewer New Year’s Financial Resolutions A Worrisome Sign of Inertia?

Blame it on things being too good?As America enters the ninth year of a bull stock market, the number of people making year-end financial resolutions is at an all-time low, according to the ninth annual “Fidelity Investments New Year Financial Resolutions Study.”

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7 Steps to Get Financially Fit in 2018

As 2017 draws to a close, you may be thinking about next year’s resolutions. While many of us vow to get to the gym, you may want to consider getting fit in your personal finances before 2018 even begins.

 

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Commercial Real Estate Finance Market Shows New Life

Until recently, the commercial real estate market has made a sluggish recovery from the nation’s economic recession. The good news is that property values, rental rates and occupancy rates are improving, and commercial real estate appears to be gaining critical traction.

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