subprime

February 20, 2020

Prime Consumers Shift Toward Used Vehicles

As average vehicle loan amounts and monthly payments continue to climb, consumer preferences are shifting to used vehicles as they look to maintain their financial health.  […]
January 7, 2020

Auto Lenders and Borrowers to Weather Headwinds in 2020

Analysts are anticipating U.S. consumers to have another year of positive credit activity, marking one of the longest periods of sustained consumer credit health in recent […]
December 23, 2019

Auto Loan Rejections on the Rise

U.S. consumers might have their pick of employment in today’s robust job market, but that doesn’t mean everyone is getting financed for a car.  A Federal […]
December 18, 2019

Subprime Mortgages Begin to Inch Up

The percentage of recent mortgage borrowers with subprime credit scores still resides in the single digits, but nearly doubled what is was in 2013, according to […]
November 21, 2019

Mortgage Demand Increased in 3Q

The Federal Reserve’s Senior Loan Officer Opinion Survey showed more demand for consumer credit and mortgages in the third quarter and a softening in demand for […]
September 25, 2019

Auto Loan Balances Reach Another Record High

Auto loan amounts increasd in the second quarter with the average new vehicle loan hit $32,119 (up $1,161 YOY).  Average used vehicle loan amounts reached $20,156 […]
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.  […]
June 11, 2019

Auto Loans Continue to Climb

The auto loan has flourished among American consumers over the last two decades, with its prevalence among the U.S. population rising each of the last seven […]
April 15, 2019

Consumer Credit Delinquencies on the Rise

Sound underwriting coupled with family-income and home-price growth have helped push mortgage delinquency rates down.  According to CoreLogic’s TrueStandings data, at the end of 2018 the […]