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August 1, 2019

FICO Scores Jump to 3-Year High

The average credit score of borrowers who got all types of mortgages in June rose to 731, an almost three-year high, as a strong labor market […]
June 20, 2019

Commercial/Multifamily Loans Grow at Strong Pace

Commercial and multifamily mortgage debt outstanding grew 1.3% in in the first quarter of 2019, aided by low mortgage rates and the steady incline of property […]
June 17, 2019

FHA Loans Becoming More Risky

Citing rising risks among the mortgages it is backing, the Federal Housing Administration announced earlier this year that it was changing some of its lending rules.  […]
May 7, 2019

Banks Hold On to Riskier Credit Card Loans

The credit card loans that banks bundle into bonds and sell to investors are outperforming the loans that lenders have held onto, according to a recent […]
February 26, 2019

FinTechs Lead Banks in Personal Lending

FinTechs, not traditional banks, appear to be preferred method of taking out unsecured personal loans in the U.S., with the market hitting an all-time high last […]
December 4, 2018

Corporate Debt at Potentially Risky Levels

The U.S. economy is showing some vulnerabilities as investors increasingly buy up risky corporate debt and businesses rely on “historically high” borrowing levels, according to the […]
November 19, 2018

Subprime Mortgage Loans on the Rise

The number of subprime loans originated is increasing with gains across personal loans, credit cards, auto finance, and mortgages. TransUnion’s Industry Insights Report shows that while […]
November 13, 2018

Lenders See Higher Cost of Fraud in 2018

The cost of fraud has increased in 2018 as the rise of digital lending brings unique fraud prevention challenges, according to the “True Cost of Fraud” […]
November 7, 2018

Home Equity Lending is Poised to Soar

Home equity levels continue to rise, and all signs point to a market ripe for home equity lending, according to a recent report from consumer credit […]