Quicken Loans Is Now On Mint.com!

We have some AMAZING news for all of our clients out there: Quicken Loans is now accessible through Mint.com.

If you are a client with a closed loan, and Quicken Loans is servicing your loan, all you need to do is sign up for a FREE Mint.com account to easily monitor your loan.

Mint.com is a service that allows users to manage all of their finances in one spot.  You can add all the bills and financial obligations you have and monitor them in a one-stop shop.  It is a very useful tool for all of those pesky bills that you have to pay.

Quicken Loans team member and liaison to Mint.com, Vicki Gladstone, is very excited about this tremendous opportunity.  She explained, “This is very exciting for not only our Quicken Loans clients, but for Quicken Loans in general.  We pride ourselves in making the mortgage process smooth, quick and easy, and this is definitely a step in the right direction.”

Once you open up your free Mint.com account, follow these easy steps to add us to your profile.

First, search for a company and type in “Quicken Loans.”

 

Once you get there, you will need to enter your MyQL login credentials and answer your secret questions, the same way you would if you were logging in from a new computer.

After your login is complete, Quicken Loans will be integrated into your profile as seen below.

Major shout out to Vicki Gladstone for making this AMAZING partnership possible.  We’re always looking for ways to make our client’s mortgage experience that much easier!

 

Eric Mally is a writer for Quicken Loans, an amazing place to work.  Find out more about being a part of our team at Quicken Loans and learn how we amaze our clients.

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One Response to Quicken Loans Is Now On Mint.com!

  1. Bonnie Algier January 24, 2014 at 1:31 am #

    Very interested in your program, we need to get out of this very, very high interest rate and do it soon. We are financied through Household Finance, Singapore. at a rate over 9%, we need to get from under this before we sink.

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