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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 is a mortgage fintech company that connects borrowers and mortgage brokers to lenders online.
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Quicken Loans parent company rock holdings has taken a majority stake in Canadian fintech mortgage company Lendesk. The merger will combine the technology of Lendesk, which helps connect mortgage.
Parent Company of Quicken Loans Acquires Lendesk — Leading Canadian Mortgage Tech Startup. "Rock Holdings and Quicken Loans are FinTech pioneers, known for revolutionizing the mortgage.
Rock Holdings, the parent company of Quicken Loans, has acquired a majority stake in Lendesk, a Canadian fintech that connects Mortgage Brokers with that nation’s leading lenders. The financial terms of the transaction were not disclosed. Lendesk, which debuted it proprietary, direct-to-lender, mortgage application network in October 2018, will continue to operate independently from its.
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.
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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.
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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Rock Holdings, the parent company of Quicken Loans, has acquired a majority stake in Canadian fintech company Lendesk. Rock Holding’s acquisition of Lendesk marks the second investment the company has made in Canada within the last two years.