Vancouver-based startup Lendesk has announced that Rock Holdings, the parent company of Quicken Loans, the United States’ largest mortgage lender, has acquired a majority stake in the company. Lendesk is Canada’s premier FinTech company which provides technology to connect mortgage brokers with.
Quicken Loans, Rocket Homes Real Estate LLC, Rocket Loans and Rocket HQ are separate operating subsidiaries of Rock Holdings Inc. Each company is a separate legal entity operated and managed through its own management and governance structure as required by its state of incorporation, and applicable legal and regulatory requirements.
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Parent Company of Quicken Loans Acquires Lendesk — Leading Canadian Mortgage tech startup rock Holdings’ investment to accelerate development of Lendesk’s mortgage origination network.
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No, Quicken Loans has no plans to start selling mortgages in Canada. But it does want a piece of our mortgage technology market. That’s why its parent company, Rock Holdings Inc., has acquired a majority stake in Vancouver-based Lendesk.
Lendesk, a Canadian FinTech company providing technology to connect mortgage brokers with the country’s top lenders, has announced that Rock Holdings, the parent company of Quicken Loans, has acquired a majority stake in the company. Under the agreement, Lendesk will continue to operate independently from its Vancouver headquarters under the leadership of Alex Conconi, the.
Detroit-based Rock Holdings Inc., parent company of Quicken Loans, has signed an agreement to acquire LowerMyBills and ClassesUSA from their parent, Core Digital Media.. Terms of the acquisition were not made public. However, the LowerMyBills and ClassesUSA executive leadership will remain in place and the companies will continue to operate from their Los Angeles headquarters.
No, Quicken Loans has no plans to start selling mortgages in Canada. But it does want a piece of our mortgage technology market. That’s why its parent company, Rock Holdings Inc., has acquired a majority stake in Vancouver-based Lendesk.. Lendesk is a mortgage fintech company that connects borrowers and mortgage brokers to lenders online.