Lenders may benefit from economical auto buyers

Dec 11, 2018 Phil Burgess

Lending companies will be glad to hear that borrowers are becoming more frugal, at least when it comes to auto buying. A recent J.D. Power and Associates survey found that 79 percent of perspective vehicle buyers are interested in purchasing


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Frugal sub-prime consumers assisted by short term lenders

Dec 11, 2018 Phil Burgess

According to CarFinance​, sub-prime car buyers account for more than 43 percent of all car loans taken out. Many of these consumers are making smart purchases, choosing to buy economical cars that feature solid fuel economy. Short term


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Alternative lending summit to be held in London

Dec 11, 2018 Sean Albert

Short term lending, both for businesses and consumers, has stalled throughout the United Kingdom. With recent government and Bank of England initiatives failing to accomplish their goals, economists are searching for alternative methods to


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Spending projection may show consumers want to borrow

Dec 11, 2018 Philip Burgess

Short term lenders and other loan providers across the country may see increased activity in the coming year. A new report from the National Association for Business Economics (NABE) found that industry experts expect a year of financial recovery


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Auto loan industry resurgent

Dec 11, 2018 Phil Burgess

Auto loan industry resurgent

Though the economic recession affected the U.S. automotive industry extremely negatively, manufacturers and dealers have experienced a resurgence in sales throughout the past year. One of the most influential aspects in this resurrection has


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