We’re #13 for 10. That’s right. For the 10th year in a row, Quicken Loans is on FORTUNE magazine’s “100 Best Companies to Work For” list. In fact, we’ve been in the top 30 each of those 10 years. I hate to brag, but you know, when you got it, you got it. Yo.
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After being ranked #29 on FORTUNE’s “100 Best Companies To Work For” list in 2011, Quicken Loans jumped up 19 spots to the #10 slot in 2012. That’s right, people – Quicken Loans is a top 10 company to work for according to FORTUNE.
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Fortune Magazine published an article last week talking about the increase in rent prices in 2011 and 2012. CNN Money also confirmed a double dip in home prices. Record-low mortgage rates and the fact that, in many markets, buying is cheaper than renting make this an ideal buyer’s market.
Fortune Magazine published a great article this week talking about how the real estate market is on its way back to recovery and wanted to share it. Signs of Housing Recovery We think it’s a compelling article that supports our belief that it is a great time to purchase a home due to low home prices and historic low mortgage interest rates. While gold or stock options may be appealing, take another look at housing – it may just be the most attractive asset in the American portfolio today. Here’s why: Home inventory is starting to decline Buying a home is affordable Home Inventory is Starting to Decline According to a three-decade tracking study done by Metrostudy, soon there will be a shortage of homes. Subsequently, there will also be a boost in home prices. For decades, Metrostudy had inspectors literally drive through 45,000 subdivisions from Baltimore to Sacramento to record whether each lot contained a finished house, one that’s under construction or one that had been sold. They covered 65% of the U.S. housing market. The two most important metrics Metrostudy used to determine whether there is a surplus or shortage are the number of homes that are vacant and for sale in each city, and the number of months it takes to sell them. The results show that there is a reversal of the new-home explosion that caused the housing price decline a few years ago. There are two factors that are helping the recovery in residential…
We did it again! For 7 years running, we’ve had the privilege of being a part of FORTUNE Magazine’s list of “100 Best Companies to Work For”! We’re proud to retain the same position as last year, #29. We also continue to be the #1 ranked company in Michigan. Check out more information on Quicken Loans retaining the 29th spot on The DIFF Blog.