TREE - レンディング・ツリ― (LendingTree Inc.)

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   Vimeo is ready to be the next big Barry Diller spinoff  2021/05/10 16:25:48 CNN
Expedia, LendingTree, Ticketmaster and Tinder owner Match were all once part of IAC, the sprawling media and e-commerce conglomerate controlled by mogul Barry Diller.
   50% of Americans are using the the 3rd stimulus check to pay off debt, report finds  2021/05/03 15:04:55 Business Insider
Summary List Placement After the first $1,200 stimulus check arrived in Americans' pockets, the US Census Bureau found the majority of recipients were using the money on basic expenses, like food and households supplies. But priorities have changed for the most recent $1,400 stimulus check to paying off debt. LendingTree, an online lending marketplace, released a report last week, citing Census Bureau data. It found that in March, only 19% of Americans said they were using the latest stimulus check for basic expenses, and 50% were using the check to pay down debt. In June 2020, just 16% of Americans planned on using the first check to pay off debt, so that's a 34 percentage-point increase since last summer. "That's a huge difference, but it's a good thing," Matt Schulz, chief credit analyst at LendingTree, said in the report. "Nine months ago, most Americans were terrified and had no idea what the future held, so they focused on basic expenses and building up savings. Fast-forward nine months, and things have changed a lot.
   55% Would Spend More on Eco-Friendly Products While Willing to Boycott Less-Green Companies  2021/04/20 18:17:00 Benzinga
CHARLOTTE, N.C. , April 20, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- In a recent LendingTree survey of 1,048 Americans, 55% said they are willing to spend more on sustainable and eco-friendly products, while 4 in 10 are willing to go a step further and boycott companies that aren't so keen on going green. Key findings A majority (55%) of consumers are willing to spend extra money in order to purchase environmentally friendly products, though at differing amounts. Younger shoppers are the most willing to spend more to go "green," while women are more on board with sustainable spending than men (61% versus 49%). Nearly 40% of consumers would boycott a company for not being eco-conscious; and … Full story available on Benzinga.com
   Benzinga's 5-Step Guide For First-Time Homebuyers  2021/04/16 19:05:33 Benzinga
First-time homebuyers represent roughly one-third of all buyers in today's housing market, and many often underestimate what needs to be done to prepare for their last rent payment and first mortgage bill. For the benefit of those making their first foray into property acquisition, Benzinga offers this five-step guide to understanding the homebuying process. Step One: Can You Afford This? Let’s get the unpleasant truth out of the way first: buying a home is an extremely labor-intensive pursuit that requires buyers to be in the proper financial state. To determine one’s readiness, here are some criteria that need to be addressed: Are you carrying excess debt, either through student loans, medical bills, credit cards or other interest-bearing burdens? If you are, it is recommended to mitigate — or, even better, erase — that debt before moving forward. Do you have good credit? If you don’t know, go over to AnnualCreditReport.com and access free reports from the three major credit reporting bureaus: Equifax (NYSE: EFX ), Experian (OTC: EXPGY ) and TransUnion (NYSE: TRU ).
   Barbara Corcoran says homebuyers are ‘depressed for good reason’  2021/04/14 11:56:31 AOL
Home prices in the U.S. have skyrocketed as a shortage of homes for sale has been fueling bidding wars — a good thing for sellers but not so much for buyers. The housing market has been a bright spot through most of the COVID-19 pandemic, as other parts of the economy like leisure and travel suffered. Historically low interest rates in 2020, pent-up demand for bigger homes (as millions of Americans began working from home full-time ), and record low inventory (even prior to the pandemic) has elevated sales activity. “From what I’m seeing the buyers are panicked, depressed for good reason. Most people are forced to spend a lot more on the house than they would,” Barbara Corcoran , residential real estate industry veteran and "Shark Tank" star, told Yahoo Finance Live this week. Corcoran said she couldn’t remember a time when prices have gone up at the pace she is currently seeing. “Prices are up in the last 12 months,” she said. The median existing-home price in February was $313,000, up 15.8% from February 2020, according to the National Association of Realtors (NAR).
   55% Would Spend More on Eco-Friendly Products While Willing to Boycott Less-Green Companies  2021/04/20 18:17:00 Benzinga
CHARLOTTE, N.C. , April 20, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- In a recent LendingTree survey of 1,048 Americans, 55% said they are willing to spend more on sustainable and eco-friendly products, while 4 in 10 are willing to go a step further and boycott companies that aren't so keen on going green. Key findings A majority (55%) of consumers are willing to spend extra money in order to purchase environmentally friendly products, though at differing amounts. Younger shoppers are the most willing to spend more to go "green," while women are more on board with sustainable spending than men (61% versus 49%). Nearly 40% of consumers would boycott a company for not being eco-conscious; and … Full story available on Benzinga.com
   Benzinga's 5-Step Guide For First-Time Homebuyers  2021/04/16 19:05:33 Benzinga
First-time homebuyers represent roughly one-third of all buyers in today's housing market, and many often underestimate what needs to be done to prepare for their last rent payment and first mortgage bill. For the benefit of those making their first foray into property acquisition, Benzinga offers this five-step guide to understanding the homebuying process. Step One: Can You Afford This? Let’s get the unpleasant truth out of the way first: buying a home is an extremely labor-intensive pursuit that requires buyers to be in the proper financial state. To determine one’s readiness, here are some criteria that need to be addressed: Are you carrying excess debt, either through student loans, medical bills, credit cards or other interest-bearing burdens? If you are, it is recommended to mitigate — or, even better, erase — that debt before moving forward. Do you have good credit? If you don’t know, go over to AnnualCreditReport.com and access free reports from the three major credit reporting bureaus: Equifax (NYSE: EFX ), Experian (OTC: EXPGY ) and TransUnion (NYSE: TRU ).
   Barbara Corcoran says homebuyers are ‘depressed for good reason’  2021/04/14 11:56:31 AOL
Home prices in the U.S. have skyrocketed as a shortage of homes for sale has been fueling bidding wars — a good thing for sellers but not so much for buyers. The housing market has been a bright spot through most of the COVID-19 pandemic, as other parts of the economy like leisure and travel suffered. Historically low interest rates in 2020, pent-up demand for bigger homes (as millions of Americans began working from home full-time ), and record low inventory (even prior to the pandemic) has elevated sales activity. “From what I’m seeing the buyers are panicked, depressed for good reason. Most people are forced to spend a lot more on the house than they would,” Barbara Corcoran , residential real estate industry veteran and "Shark Tank" star, told Yahoo Finance Live this week. Corcoran said she couldn’t remember a time when prices have gone up at the pace she is currently seeing. “Prices are up in the last 12 months,” she said. The median existing-home price in February was $313,000, up 15.8% from February 2020, according to the National Association of Realtors (NAR).
   Docusign, LendingTree, And Velo3D's Rumored SPAC — What Cathie Wood's Ark Bought And Sold On Friday  2021/04/12 03:04:47 Benzinga
Cathie Wood-led Ark Investment Management on Friday bought in more shares of the blank-check company Jaws Spitfire Acquisition Corp (NYSE: SPFR ), its third such purchase for its newest fund Ark Space Exploration & Innovation (NYSE: ARKX ). The Barry Sternlicht- and Serena Williams-backed Jaws Spitfire is reported to be in talks to take SpaceX's 3D printer supplier Velo3D public in a SPAC deal, which could value the company $1 billion. SpaceX is led by Elon Musk, who also serves as the CEO of Tesla Inc. (NASDAQ: TSLA ). On Friday, Wood bought 102,800 shares for ARKX of the 3D company, which has the capability to manufacture previously impossible geometrics, and contributes over 0.80% of the ETF’s overall weight. The hedge fund also bought 230,439 shares of the blank-check company for its Autonomous Technology & Robotics ETF (BATS: ARKQ ). Shares of the blank-check firm closed 0.28% higher at $10.70 on Friday. Here’s a list of the other 11 stocks that the hedge fund bought and sold on Friday: Trades For Ark Genomic Revolution ETF (BATS: ARKG ) Berkeley Lights Inc (NYSE: BFLY ): Bought 41,000 shares of the company, representing about 0.0203% of the ETF.
   Northland Securities Stick to Their Sell Rating for Lendingtree Inc By Investing.com  2021/04/08 11:05:19 Investing.com
Northland Securities Stick to Their Sell Rating for Lendingtree Inc
   Why Are So Many Americans Predicting A Housing Market Crash?  2021/01/29 17:51:52 Benzinga
The housing market has been one of the most vibrant corners of the pandemic-era economy, but a new survey finds more than half of Americans believe it will crash either this year or next year. What Happened: The survey by LendingTree Inc. (NASDAQ: TREE ) polled 2,051 adults conducted between Dec. 17-20 and found 41% of respondents predicting the housing market bubble will deflate during 2021 and force accelerating home prices to fall. Another 26% of respondents forecasted the same scenario in 2022, while 13% did not see another housing market crash in the near future. LendingTree's Chief Economist Tendayi Kapfidze cast his lot with the 13% of naysayers. "Though housing heated up late in 2020 and growth is likely to slow in 2021, the idea that it's a bubble that would burst seems unlikely," said Kapfidze. "The mortgage market is healthier than it was prior to the 2008 crisis, and the government is more experienced with interventions that protect the housing market like forbearance and mortgage modifications." The latest housing data is also not detecting any fissures in the market.
   Needham Stick to Their Buy Rating for Lendingtree Inc By Investing.com  2021/01/29 09:06:46 Investing.com
Needham Stick to Their Buy Rating for Lendingtree Inc
   Top States for Vaccinating Against COVID-19 After Initial Distribution  2021/01/25 12:00:00 PR Newswire
SEATTLE, Jan. 25, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- QuoteWizard®, a LendingTree company and one of the nation's leading online insurance marketplaces, published a report last week evaluating each state for administering the COVID-19 vaccine after initial distribution. It was initially estimated that…
   LendingTree Further Bolsters Leadership Team with Addition of Two Executives  2021/01/14 13:30:00 Benzinga
CHARLOTTE, N.C. , Jan. 14, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- LendingTree ® , Inc., the nation's leading financial services marketplace, has announced the appointment of two seasoned executives to further bolster its leadership team. Scott Totman has been named the company's Chief Technology Officer and Lisa Young joins the company as General Counsel. Both executives have extensive experience in the financial services and fintech industries. Scott Totman joins LendingTree from OnDeck, a small business lender on the LendingTree Network, where he served as Chief Product and Technology Officer. Priot to Ondeck, Totman served as the Head of Product and Engineering at cloud security startup Divvycloud. Before joining Divvycloud, he led Digital Product Engineering at Capital One, where his teams built Capital One's web presence and award winning mobile applications. Earlier in his career, Totman was the Chief Technology Officer of a mobile-focused startup and held senior leadership roles … Full story available on Benzinga.
   LendingTree Taps Fair as First Flexible Used Car Lease Option in Online Marketplace  2021/01/13 14:00:00 PR Newswire
SANTA MONICA, Calif., Jan. 13, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- Used car leasing platform Fair today announced that it will become the first used car leasing alternative offered on LendingTree, the world's largest online lending marketplace. "This partnership is a clear acknowledgment of Fair's…

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