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Failing to pay by default: Bank of england report looks in more depth at consumer behaviour
One of the latest surveys from the Bank of England has revealed in more depth consumer behaviours in the past few months.
The survey has revealed some alarming new facts about the payday loan repayment activity of a cross-section of consumers – which has been very little in some cases. It has been revealed that more people than ever before are defaulting on unsecured loans and other secured loans like mortgages.
The data was compiled from a variety of sources, including lenders and consumer opinion. Reasons for these low levels of repayment include steep rises in unemployment as Britain, as estimates suggest that the number of people without work will propel to 3.2 million by this time next year.
Payday loan lenders have unveiled tighter criteria for consumers to create an unsecured loan agreement over the coming months, in a move which is likely to see less credit available to consumers – especially those with bad credit.
Lending is one of the cornerstones of the economy and it is understood that it is required to ensure that Britain's economy gains back economic stability that was the envy of many countries before the recession.
Unsecured loans are one of the only sectors of credit where the amount available is not being increased gradually by lenders. Capital Economics spokesperson Vicky Redwood said: "Overall, we continue to doubt that lending will rise by enough to support a strong and sustained recovery in the wider economy."
Another expert believes that progress will be stemmed because unsecured loans are currently being squeezed, saying: "A rapid return to pre-credit crunch lending volumes and products remains extremely unlikely."
There are currently stark warnings for consumers that are not keeping up with repayments on unsecured loans, as it is believed that many lenders are taking legal action to obtain charging orders. This comes on the back of the findings from the recent Bank of England survey talked about before.
Charging orders in effect allow unsecured loans to become secured loans after court action is taken and has resulted in a steep rise in home repossessions for those who have had bad credit and arrears.
There are currently fears that some people are having their homes repossessed for small amounts of unsecured loans.
A squeeze in the amount of unsecured loans available on the market could be seen as a benefit to consumers, in theory. As lack of repayments shares a correlation between the amount of charging order applications and the amount of homes repossessed, it could be said that an inability for consumers to get such credit could result in less arrears over the coming months.
All of this comes as there is promise for those in the secured loans market, where businesses are likely to see a rise in the amount of credit available to them in the next quarter of 2009.
It is hoped that if economic growth in the credit sector continues this year, credit availability could be passed on to consumers via secured loans – with the potential for a higher availability of unsecured loans in the future, too.