I bet when you look at today’s super low interest rates, you wonder how you can take advantage of them, right? Maybe you’ve already refinanced your car loan, and are thinking about refinancing your home? Or, maybe you’re thinking about buying a house? I mean, with home prices still low and, in some areas, buying a home may actually be cheaper than renting, it makes sense.
However, I bet the only time you actually get a chance to sit down and think about all these things is when you’re not busy with work or kids, i.e. late at night… too late to go to your nearest bank or call someone.
Well, if you just want to find out if you qualify for a home loan or want to get the process started and make it go faster, check out our online credit pull tool. We’ve created this tool for people that want to find out if they qualify for a loan before talking to one of our bankers, or for those who want to get more information without worrying about someone overhearing their conversation.
How Do You Take Advantage of Our Online Credit Pull Tool?
It’s simple. Just fill out our form online with some basic information about you and your home (if you own one). Then, if applicable, you’ll be asked if you want to go ahead and start the process by getting your credit score pulled online.
How Safe Is Your Online Credit Pull Tool?
You’re probably thinking, “I don’t know if I feel comfortable sharing confidential information online!!” Believe me, I’d be thinking the same. Well, let me reassure you that we do everything in our power to keep your information secure. In our security and privacy statement on our QuickenLoans.com page, you can learn about all the tools we put in use to protect your identity and privacy. For instance, the Quicken Loans server supports the Secure Socket Layer (SSL) transaction protocol originally developed by Netscape and now largely accepted as an industry standard. The purpose of this encryption protocol is to keep confidential the information passed back and forth between a Web server and its users. We also use 128-Bit Domestic Grade Strong Encryption, the most powerful encryption commercially available for Internet products. (However, be aware that if you are using a 40-bit browser, your encryption level, while secure, is not the highest level available. United States and Canadian citizens can download free 128-bit browsers from Mozilla, Apple, or Microsoft.)
So, if you’re thinking about refinancing or buying a home and want to get started but don’t feel like you’re ready to speak to a banker yet, the online credit pull tool is a convenient and safe option.
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