Quicken Loans founder Dan Gilbert says the number of foreclosures on the company’s loans for Detroit homes reflects the large volume of investments made in the city.
A new 66,000 square foot technology center opened Tuesday to serve the IT needs of all the businesses in the Quicken Loans family.
Quicken Loans has received the top ranking on Computerworld’s ‘100 Best Places to Work in IT’ for the third consecutive year.
Quicken has pledged $10 million to the about $140 million project.
Billionaire Dan Gilbert and his company Quicken Loans will be responsible for giving the M-1 Rail its name.
More than $180,000 has been raised for local charities through a unique fundraiser where individuals paid at least $1,000 to repel down a Detroit skyscraper.
Charities Raise Funds By Rappelling Down A Detroit Skyscraper; WWJ Reporter Gives 1st Person Perspective [Video]
Bedrock Real Estate Services and Quicken Loans partnered with Over the Edge to raise funds for two Detroit-area charities by giving those who donate at least $1,000 a chance to rappel down a Detroit skyscraper.
Gilbert has filed a preemptive lawsuit claiming the Department of Justice is trying to force a cash settlement for something he didn’t do.
The following statement was released by Quicken Loans on April 23, 2015, regarding a U.S. Department of Justice lawsuit: “Quicken Loans is the FHA’s largest lender. By its own objective public reporting, FHA ranks Quicken […]
The U.S. Department of Justice is suing Quicken Loans, alleging the company lied to the government when making loans backed by the government.