TREE - レンディング・ツリ― (LendingTree Inc.)


   Teslas are worth longer term auto loans, study finds  2021/11/04 20:59:51 Teslarati
Car buyers who ultimately end up purchasing Tesla electric vehicles end up having the longest average auto term loans, a new study from LendingTree says. LendingTree surveyed over 29,000 auto loans spanning over three years to conclude that Tesla drivers are applying and receiving the longest term loans. On average, Tesla drivers have an auto [] The post Teslas are worth longer term auto loans, study finds appeared first on TESLARATI .
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   Northern Trust Corp Purchases 67,732 Shares of LendingTree, Inc. (NASDAQ:TREE)  2021/11/03 09:16:49 Dakota Financial News
Northern Trust Corp grew its position in LendingTree, Inc. (NASDAQ:TREE) by 73.5% in the second quarter, according to the company in its most recent Form 13F filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). The firm owned 159,872 shares of the financial services providers stock after purchasing an additional 67,732 shares during the quarter. Northern []
   Nearly Half of Americans Are Dreading the Holidays as Some Are Still Paying Off Last Years Holiday Debt  2021/11/03 06:36:15 SalesTechStar
New LendingTree Report Finds About a Quarter of Consumers Are Losing Sleep Over Holiday Expenses This years upcoming holiday shopping season is filling nearly half of consumers with dread, according to a LendingTree survey of more than 2,000 Americans. Read More: Cendyn And Pegasus To Merge The main reasons why involve the anticipated costs of presents and [] The post Nearly Half of Americans Are Dreading the Holidays as Some Are Still Paying Off Last Years Holiday Debt appeared first on SalesTech Star .
   Truist Lowers LendingTree (NASDAQ:TREE) Price Target to $275.00  2021/11/02 06:06:46 Transcript Daily
LendingTree (NASDAQ:TREE) had its price objective reduced by Truist from $320.00 to $275.00 in a report issued on Friday, The Fly reports. They currently have a buy rating on the financial services providers stock. The analysts noted that the move was a valuation call. Several other equities analysts have also issued reports on TREE. Stephens []
   LendingTree Launches $1,000 Cash Sweepstakes for Users With Linked Bank Accounts  2021/08/02 11:00:00 PR Newswire
CHARLOTTE, N.C., Aug. 2, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- In efforts to help consumers better understand their financial picture, LendingTree, the nation''s leading online financial marketplace, launched a cash giveaway for users that link their bank accounts to the free LendingTree platform. All
   Understanding LendingTree''s Unusual Options Activity  2021/07/30 16:50:13 Benzinga
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   LendingTree''s (TREE) CEO Doug Lebda on Q2 2021 Results - Earnings Call Transcript  2021/07/29 17:34:07 Seeking Alpha
   LendingTree Q2 Earnings Preview  2021/07/28 17:51:01 Seeking Alpha
   What people with 800+ credit scores have in common  2021/07/26 14:15:18 WTOP
According to LendingTree, those with 800+ credit scores don''t miss payments and use only a small portion of their credit limits each month.
   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'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 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).