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Less Likely to Lose Car to Repo at End of 2010. Auto Loan Delinquencies Flatten.


New data out from Transunion reports the national 60 day auto delinquency rate (the ratio of auto loan borrowers 60 or more days past due) remained relatively flat to finish 2010. The year over year delinquency rate fell 27.2 percent. Auto loan delinquency was highest in Louisiana and Mississippi at 1.08 percent and 1.04 percent, respectively. The lowest auto loan ... Read More »

    Further Evidence Pool of Debt Relief Consumers is Shrinking


    TransUnion just release its latest credit card delinquency numbers showing that 90 day lates are down 32 percent, year on year. “The ratio of bank card borrowers delinquent has flattened out considerably,” says TransUnion. This furthers my hypothesis that the reason demand for debt relief services is decreasing across all the major niches of debt relief, i.e. debt settlement, credit ... Read More »

      Debt Relief Search Trends Continue to Show a Downward Decline

      Debt Settlement Trends

      Recently I wrote about my forecast for a decreasing demand for debt relief services. Here is another part of the puzzle that seems to show decreasing consumer interest in some specific debt relief topics using the Google trends search traffic monitoring tool. The data was filtered for U.S. searches only and as you can see, there are noticeable declines in ... Read More »

        Debt Relief Providers to See General Slowdown Until Credit Loosens

        Ready to Collapse

        As part of what I’m seeing out in the debt relief world, the demand for debt relief services in general is slowing for everybody in the debt relief space. It’s been interesting to watch credit counseling blame debt settlement, and debt settlement blame bankruptcy and bankruptcy blame everyone for the lower demand for services. I just posted an article on ... Read More »

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