by Jason Heil

Jason Heil

In 2015, ID Analytics debunked the myth that millennials were less interested in traditional forms of credit by demonstrating that they were applying at higher rates for credit cards and auto loans than any other generation yet were more frequently …

by Jason Heil

Jason Heil

In 2017 the auto industry experienced its first sales decline in seven years1 and auto experts forecast this trend will continue into 2018.2 There are several reasons sales have reached a plateau. People are holding on to their …

by Patrick Reemts

Patrick Reemts

Purchasing a new car was once considered a rite of passage for young adults and college graduates, but does this apply to the millennial generation in the current economic climate?1

A recent Time.com study showed that 71% of millennials …

by Patrick Reemts

Patrick Reemts

The latest stats are in: auto sales experienced a major comeback in 2014. According to industry experts,1 this was driven in part by pent-up demand delayed by the recession, and also by falling gas prices. Autodata reported that the …