Quicken Loans prides itself on being the nation’s largest VA home loan lender. We help more veterans and military families finance their homes than any other lender in the country. What’s lesser known is that we also hire a lot of military veterans. Meet Mike Jacques. He’s one of them.
Managing finances after the death of a loved one can be a difficult task. There are many things to keep track of, however there are steps you can take to make the process much easier and less stressful. That’s why we created our latest Zing guide: “Managing Your Finances After the Loss of a Loved One.”
Great news for those of you who are buying a home or refinancing and need private mortgage insurance (PMI). Quicken Loans announces PMI Advantage, a new and exclusive program that can save you thousands in mortgage insurance payments compared to traditional PMI.
In celebration of our Miles for Military promotion (which is in celebration of our recently closed 2 millionth loan!), we decided to create an infographic to celebrate the millions of American military members who sacrifice by serving around the world. Check it out.
I’ve gotten three VA loans over the years since I was honorably discharged from the Army. I’ve learned a few things about the loan along the way. Here are some of them.
Quicken Loans founder and chairman Dan Gilbert appeared yesterday morning on “Squawk Box” and talked Detroit. And a few other things. Watch the video now.
This is the third video in our series on Bullet Time. With Bullet Time, our IT team is given four hours each week to do anything. The idea is that this will spur innovation. And it does.
The Good Faith Estimate, or GFE, is a very important early step in the home buying or mortgage refinancing process. Understanding them will make you a more informed and educated home buyer or refinancer. That’s why we created this video. Please watch it. You’ll be happy you did.
Ever wondered why the 30-year fixed has been America’s most popular mortgage for decades? Our new video will tell you why.
A week or so back, I wrote about some Quicken Loans IT team members who built a robot during “Bullet Time.” Bullet Time is a period of four hours each week that IT team members can use for anything. Anything at all. They could build a robot. Or they could build a shuttle tracker.