Quicken Loans Inc., is a mortgage lending company headquartered in the One Campus Martius building in the heart of the financial district of downtown Detroit, Michigan. In 2012, it became the second largest overall retail lender in the U.S. (it is also the largest online retail mortgage lender). Unlike other large mortgage lenders that depend on deposits, Quicken Loans relies on wholesale funding to make its loans and uses online applications rather than a branch system. Title Source and One Reverse Mortgage are also part of the Quicken Loans Family of Companies. Quicken Loans closed $79 billion in home loan volume in 2015. Quicken Loans, originally Rock Financial, was founded in 1985 by Dan Gilbert, Ron Berman Gary Gilbert and Lindsay Gross. In July 1987 the name was changed to Rock Financial Corp. As RFC grew so did the head count, hitting 50 employees in August 1991. In May 1998, Gilbert took Rock Financial public, launching an IPO underwritten by Bear Stearns and Prudential Securities.
Highest paying job titles at Quicken Loans include Software Engineer, Senior Software Engineer, and Communications Manager