For those in the market who believe bank lending criteria has gotten too tight, a recent survey from Fair Isaac Corporation (FICO) has some good news.

FICO’s quarterly survey of U.S. bank risk professionals found that lenders expected the supply of credit to satisfy demand for all types of consumer loans through the end of 2012. This is a change from the first quarter when survey respondents expected the supply of credit for residential mortgages to fall short of demand.

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