Quicken Loans Becomes Nation’s Largest Online Retail Mortgage Lender

Quicken Loans Becomes Nation’s Largest Online Retail Mortgage Lender

  • November 22, 2004

Quicken Loans, which offers residential mortgages and home equity loans in all 50 states through its award winning www.QuickenLoans.com Web site, has become the nation’s largest online retail mortgage lender according to National Mortgage News, the publication which compiles quarterly rankings for the mortgage industry.

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Quicken Loans Improves Online Mortgage Process With Relaunch Of Website

  • August 26, 2004

Quicken Loans, the leading online mortgage lender and the 17th largest retail mortgage lender in the country, has relaunched its award winning Web site, giving consumers more tools and greater functionality to explore their mortgage options and apply for a loan online. New tools in the Quicken Loans Power BuyerSM Home Purchase Center teach consumers how to negotiate with a seller, make the right offer and find the mortgage that best fits their personal situation. Consumers can read an assortment of helpful articles, download a free homebuyer’s guide and access a variety of mortgage calculators.

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Quicken Loans/Rock Financial Expansion To Create 1,200 Michigan Jobs

  • May 18, 2004

Governor Jennifer M. Granholm announced today that Quicken Loans Inc., known locally as Rock Financial, plans to expand its Michigan operations in Troy, resulting in the creation of 1,200 new jobs over the next five years. Assistance from the Michigan Economic Development Corporation convinced Quicken to locate the $29.1 million expansion in Michigan rather than Nevada.

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Mortgage Rates Drop To 40-Year Lows

  • January 23, 2004

The refinancing boom is back on! This week mortgage rates dropped back down to 40-year lows, which is great news for the 45 percent of homeowners who could still benefit from refinancing.

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Increasing Number Of Americans Leverage Their Mortgage To Cover Escalating College Costs, According To Quicken Loans

  • November 11, 2003

According to Quicken Loans, the 23rd largest home loan lender in the U.S., an increasing number of Americans are leveraging their mortgages to finance their children’s college education. With college tuition, room and board, and other educational fees on the rise, many parents are finding that their mortgage is a powerful financial tool that can help them cover the cost of college.

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