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Auto Loan and Lease Activity Slows as Balances Grow

Equifax analysts say U.S. auto loan and lease originations declined 0.6% and 3.9% year-over-year in the first half of 2019, but balances for new vehicle loans were up 2.6%.

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Dealertrack, TCI Partner to Deliver Same-Day Contract Processing

An expanded partnership that includes a new integration between Dealertrack and Teledata Communications was designed to enable increased efficiency and faster funding for more auto finance sources.

Subprime Up 13% as Total Auto Originations Decline

The Federal Reserve Bank of New York’s Q1 U.S. household debt report finds auto loan and lease originations declined slightly year-over-year — except for sub-620 customers — while 90-day delinquencies grew by 9.2%.

Black Book HAV Data Now Integrated Into defi SOLUTIONS’ LOS Platform

Defi SOLUTIONS is the first loan origination platform to include Black Book’s History Adjusted Valuations data feed. Users can now identify undesirable deals prior to the origination process, improve advance amounts, prevent fraud, and use HAV to set floors more accurately when remarketing.

TransUnion: Auto Loan Growth Slowing

Originations continued to fall at a faster rate than previous years, as finance sources continued to tighten underwriting standards during 2017’s end-of-year quarter. TransUnion officials, however, say the sector is performing well as the economy remains relatively strong.

NY Fed: Household Debt Surpasses 2008 Peak in Q1

The feat comes almost nine years after the Great Recession, when household debt reached $12.68 trillion. But the debt and its borrowers look quite different today, the New York Fed noted, and auto finance sources showed signs of tightening in response to some deterioration in auto loan performance.

Subprime Loans Accounted for Nearly 22% of 2015 Originations, Equifax Reports

Subprime auto loans accounted for 21.7% of all 2015 originations. The firm notes, however, that credit performance remains excellent, a sign that finance sources 'are prudently extending credit to well-underwritten borrowers.'

Ally's 2015 Originations Surpass Target Despite Loss of GM

The former captive originated $41 billion in auto loans in 2015, surpassing the high $30 billion range it projected at the beginning of the year. Much of that was due to the 53% increase in non-GM/Chrysler originations.

As Good As Used

The secondary retail and finance markets didn’t dominate the headlines in 2011, but used cars and subprime lending are key to continued growth in the year ahead.

All Lanes Open

The auto finance industry is surging after a third quarter in which all lending segments increased their originations for the high-risk tiers.