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The State Of Sub Prime Auto Loans

Auto loans have shot past the $1 trillion mark in the United States and now make up a significant component of the overall consumer debt picture.

Subprime auto loans – which are riskier loans made to customers with poor credit – have helped to drive the market since the Great Recession. However, with auto loan delinquencies ticking up in recent months, investors have been searching for answers about the sector.

Are we in for some sort of subprime auto loan crisis, or is there another explanation for what is going on?

Subprime Auto Loans: a Shifting Market

The data and perspective in today’s infographic comes from consumer credit reporting agency Equifax, and it helps to explain what is potentially going on in today’s auto loans market.…

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Keeping up with the Joneses

It’s a very basic human trait. It happens all over the world, and people have been doing it since time immortal. Comparing ourselves against how we perceive our neighbors, coworkers, family, and friends is the inevitable result of striving to get ahead in this world. For the last decade, American’s have increasingly relied on credit to ensure that their house was just as big as the one next door.

Unfortunately, as we’ve seen over the last few years, this trend has come back to bite many of us where it hurts most; our checkbooks. The Huffington post estimates that nearly half of America are liquid asset poor, and many might not even realize it. Too many of us now live at a barely sustainable level that leaves us vulnerable to a single financial blow such as a medical emergency.

Savvy real estate investors need to understand this all too familiar condition and keep it foremost in their mind. Making sure…

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