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22 Repo Industry Statistics, Trends & Analysis

Repo Industry Statistics

Article from: https://brandongaille.com/22-repo-industry-statistics-trends-analysis/   The repo industry is involved in the business of repossession. When consumers default on a loan, such as a car loan, then a lien on that item can be activated. The consumer can be ordered to turn the product over because of the lien. Most owners refuse to do so. That’s…

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Utilization of Impound Services – Survey of Lender Practices

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Sponsored by: LinkedIn Group “Lenders Repossession Best Practices Forum” Powered by: ALS Resolvion   We asked over 3000 auto finance and lending professionals to participate in a quick survey about impound services and how it’s used for repossessions. We’ve complied the results and hope you find it very interesting. The responses are segmented by institution…

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Utilization of LPR – Survey of Lender Practices

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Sponsored by: LinkedIn Group “Lenders Repossession Best Practices Forum” Powered by: ALS Resolvion   We asked over 3000 auto lenders to participate in a survey that covered the utilization of license plate recognition (LPR) and how it’s used in repossession operations. In the past several years, LPR technology has become a popular repossession strategy among…

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7 Insurance Requirements for Heavy Equipment Repossession

7 Insurance Requirements for Heavy Equipment Repossession

Proper insurance coverage is critical when it comes to repossessing heavy equipment collateral such as trailers, dozers, trucks, and related vehicles in construction, farming, and transportation. As one of the leading nationwide equipment repossession companies, the suggested coverage and amounts are more than sufficient to cover any situation. In the case that a heavy equipment…

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Personal Property Handling Fees – Survey of Lender Practices

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Sponsored by: LinkedIn Group “Lenders Repossession Best Practices Forum” Powered by: ALS Resolvion   We recently asked over 3000 auto finance professionals to participate in a survey that covered the scope of personal property handling which is a popular topic in the repossession industry. As a leading national repossession management and skip trace company, we…

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2018 Year in Review – The Road From Good to Great

ALSR Year in Review 2018

For ALS Resolvion, 2018 was the road from good to great. This slogan became our internal message to further drive results for our agents and clients. As we wrap up the year, we reflect on all the milestones that helped us accomplish “Great”. New integrations into RDN and Clearplan allowing us to simplify communication and…

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Auto Repossession: Personal Property & Redemption Infographic

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We surveyed over 100 auto lenders in regards to their personal property and redemption techniques. Take a look at the data we’ve gathered. 40% of lenders follow a fee model of which it’s set by the agent and collected by the agent 20% of lenders don’t allow personal property and redemption fees 15% of lenders…

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Auto Repossession: Vendor Score Carding Strategies

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We surveyed over 100 auto lenders in regards to vendor score carding strategies. Here’s a visual look of the results. 67% of auto lenders use nationwide repossession management companies to manage their asset recovery 70% score card their vendors while 30% don’t 78% give their repossession vendors score cards on a monthly basis 17% give…

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4 Trade-Offs Between Repossession Fees and Recovery Results

trade-offs between repossession fees and recovery results

Repossession services are available through multiple providers so why pay more than what the low-cost provider is willing to accept? The image illustrates four trade-offs between repossession fees and recovery results. When recovery fees are driven down to rock bottom levels, the service provider (whether a direct agent or a forwarder/skip company) is typically forced…

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