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Mortgage originations increase year over year

Posted on Jul 17 2015 by

According to the latest Experian-Oliver Wyman Market Intelligence Report, mortgage originations increased 25% year over year in Q1 2015 to $316 billion.

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HELOC originations continue growth trend

Posted on Jun 04 2015 by

According to the latest Experian-Oliver Wyman Market Intelligence Report, HELOC originations increased 21% year over year, moving from $25.6 billion in Q1 2014 to $31 billion in Q1 2015.

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25% year over year increase in mortgage originations

Posted on May 08 2015 by

Mortgage originations kicked off Q1 2015 with a 25% year over year increase to $315 billion.

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Consumers are tapping into home equity across the nation

Posted on Sep 26 2014 by

HELOC originations grew 27 percent year over year in Q2 2014.

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HELOC activity on the rise

Posted on Jul 31 2014 by

According to the latest Experian-Oliver Wyman Market Intelligence Report, home equity line of credit (HELOC) originations warmed up significantly heading into summer.

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Study analyzes email remarketing best practices

Posted on Jun 30 2014 by

According to Experian Marketing Services’ Q1 2014 Email Benchmark Report, personalized abandoned cart emails that dynamically show the actual customer cart had 25 percent higher transaction rates than reminder emails that just linked back to the brand’s Website.

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Refi activity continues to impact mortgage originations

Posted on Jun 06 2014 by

According to the latest Experian-Oliver Wyman Market Intelligence Report, mortgage originations for Q1 2014 decreased by 53 percent over Q1 2013 – $235 billion versus $515 billion, respectively.

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New card limits increase only for top credit tiers

Posted on Apr 17 2014 by

Bankcard originations had a 32 percent year-over-year increase in Q4 2013 ($61 billion to $81 billion).

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Mortgage originations increase year over year

Posted on Feb 21 2014 by

The housing market continues to recover, with mortgage originations increasing 12 percent year over year, moving from $508 billion to $570 billion.

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Auto delinquency rates still low but moving upward

Posted on Feb 07 2014 by

Delinquency rates for auto loans moved up slightly in the last quarter of 2013, with the 30 to 59 days past due (DPD), 60 to 89 DPD and 90 to 180 DPD delinquency rates at 2.18 percent, 0.56 percent and 0.24 percent, respectively.

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