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Better.com vs. Rocket Mortgage
Compare the home loan programs, fees and requirements of these two lenders.
How do Better.com and Rocket Mortgage compare?
- Choose this lender for low closing costs
- Choose something else if you want to pick your loan servicer
- A good option for borrowers looking for a conventional or FHA loan
- Choose this lender for fast turnaround times
- Choose another lender if you want to meet your loan officer in person
- A good option for borrowers who prefer a fully online application process
- Home Equity
- Home Equity
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Minimum credit score
Not available in: HI, MA, MN, NV, NH, VT, VA
Available in all states
- Online experience
- Price-matches other lenders
- Fewer fees
- Fast service
- More flexibility
- Prepayment is OK
- Some loan types aren’t available
- No smartphone app
- No branches
- Application fee
- Some loans aren’t available
- No physical locations
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