5 Ways Lenders Should Leverage Advertising to Bolster Origination Volume

With consumer confidence at an 18-year high, and retail sales for the holiday season expected to be 4.1% higher than last year, advertising a new car in the driveway with a bow on top might be more effective than ever for moving vehicle inventory at year-end. This, in turn, could lead to higher auto loan and […]
  • Sagent Lending Technologies
  • December 5, 2018
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Warning Signs on the Road for Auto Lenders

The warning signs are evident: a growing reliance on new, unproven loan products; a sharp spike in early delinquencies; and the collapse of a few smaller subprime lenders. Is auto lending in 2018 beginning to resemble the housing market circa 2008? Perhaps, but there are important differences. The economy is stronger than it was 10 […]
  • Matt Isaacson
  • November 28, 2018
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Best Practices in Loan Servicing Detailed by Ally, Hyundai Capital, First Associates

The administrative aspects of servicing the life cycle of a loan from origination until pay off has become an industry in and of itself. Banks, captives, and primary loan servicers, all must pay special attention to how they are collecting principal and interest on the loan well after the borrower leaves the dealership. It is also […]
  • Nicole Casperson
  • August 15, 2018
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Lenders Find New Volume in Refis

Refinancing has an increasing role to play in auto lending. As the average vehicle loan increases in size and stretches to seven years and beyond, borrowers in some cases can lower their monthly payments significantly by refinancing and save hundreds of dollars over the course of the loan, according to interviews with auto finance industry […]
  • George Yacik
  • June 19, 2015
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