Study finds most consumers pay car loans first

March 29, 2012 3:10:15 PM PDT
A new study by trans union finds most consumers pay their car loans first.

A new study by trans union finds most consumers pay their car loans first.

It's a trend that Trans Union expected to slow down after the recession. But it happened more often in 2011.

Consumers paid their car loans before credit card bills and even mortgages.

Last year, about 39 percent of U.S. consumers paid their auto loans instead of their mortgages.


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