“Lenders have adopted a more prudent approach to their underwriting practices,” stated Sam D’Arc, Chief Operating Officer of Zeigler Auto Group.
However, it shouldn’t be surprising for some borrowers to face rejection. This is because there’s been a significant increase in the number of applicants who anticipate their loan applications being turned down. Nearly one-third of hopeful borrowers now expect to be denied for an auto loan.
A Federal Reserve quarterly survey of senior loan officers revealed that 39 percent of banks surveyed in April anticipated tightening lending standards by the end of the year. Furthermore, 29 percent of banks had already tightened their auto loan requirements in the three months leading up to the survey.
“Even if individuals believe they can meet the payment obligations, banks have imposed limits based on the ratio of payment to income,” explained Jesse Powers, Finance Director of Oakes Kia in Kansas City, MO.
Overall, credit applications have reached their lowest point since October 2020. The average likelihood of a loan application being rejected has increased across all types of loans. Specifically, the probability stands at 30.7 percent for auto loans, 32.8 percent for credit cards, 42.4 percent for credit limit increase requests, 46.1 percent for mortgages, and 29.6 percent for mortgage refinance applications. These figures represent new record highs for auto loans, mortgages, and credit card limit increase requests.
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