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Lease Credit Approval Rates Rise to 72.3% Entering March

Online credit applications increase as shoppers seek alternative means of vehicle acquisition.

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Secondary Lease Approvals Dip Below 69% in August

Swapalease.com reports a high number of applicants and a slightly tighter credit market in August. A 68.9% approval rate fell short of July’s 69.1% and represented a 5.1% year-over-year decline.

Lease Swap Approval Rates Rise to 69.1% in July

Lease approval ratings improved in July following a slight dip in June, according to the latest report from Swapalease.com.

Swapalease: Approvals Dip to 65% in June

Swapalease.com analysts say credit approvals declined after reaching 72.4% in May but report growing demand from consumers seeking lease contracts negotiated when incentives were stronger.

Swapalease: Lease Approval Rates Hit 72.4% in May

Credit approval rates on Swapalease.com’s online lease marketplace soared to their highest number yet for 2019 last month, registering a 6.2% year-over-year gain and a 33.6% improvement from May 2017.

Swapalease: Approval Rate Up 1.8% in April

Lease approvals on Swapalease.com’s secondary marketplace ticked up to 72% in April, the highest rate since August 2018.

Swapalease: March Approval Rates Exceed 70%

Approval rates on Swapalease’s online marketplace were up 4.8% in March, registering a 70.7% approval rate, the highest since October.

September’s Lease Approval Rate Falls to Lowest Level in 2017

September’s rate was recorded after August’s 68.3% approval rate. The car leasing marketplace attributed September’s rate to the effects of hurricanes Harvey and Irma.

Swapalease: Q2 Dominated by SUVs, CUVs, Sports Cars

Swapalease.com’s second-quarter report shows growing interest in sport utilities, crossover SUVs and sporty models.

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Swapalease: Lease Approval Rate Falls to Three-Year Low

Lease applicants registered a 48.1% approval rate, the lowest level since the car lease marketplace began tracking the stat in 2014. The firm explained that the rise in consumer interest for luxury SUVs is what’s driving the uptick in declines.