New scores will include data from property records, utilities and telecommunications firms.
Firm adds additional data to its new CreditVision credit score, including actual payment amounts.
The demand for car loans shows no signs of slowing down.
TransUnion says auto loan delinquencies have risen above 2010 levels but are sharply below 2008's numbers.
Equifax reports auto loans at an all-time high at $975B in 2014.
Rate Checker site allows users to track interest rates and other loan information by state.
Some call for a national data security standard, others say consumers entitled to free, ongoing access to credit reports.
One in 17 consumers open at least one bank card account this year.
Tool tracks applicants who did not receive credit union loans to find out where they financed.
Will the new change in the way credit scores are calculated result in a loan growth boost for credit unions?