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LendingTree vs. Quicken Loans

Compare home loan programs, fees and requirements to decide where you'll get your next home loan.

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How do LendingTree and Quicken Loans compare?

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  • Choose this marketplace to compare a wide variety of loans
  • Watch out for a flood of emails and calls from potential lenders
  • A good option for borrowers who want to compare their options
  • Choose this lender for great customer service
  • Choose another lender if you don’t want to meet with a loan officer
  • A good option for borrowers looking for flexible repayment terms

Loans offered

  • Purchase
  • Refinance
  • Jumbo
  • Home Equity
  • FHA
  • VA
  • USDA
  • Purchase
  • Refinance
  • Jumbo
  • Home Equity
  • FHA
  • VA
  • USDA

Minimum credit score

Conventional: 620

Conventional: 620

States available

Available in all states

Available in all states

Pros

  • Easy to get started
  • Compare rates from a number of lenders
  • Get alerts when a better deal is available
  • Wide selection of mortgages
  • Online loan support
  • High loan amounts

Cons

  • Contact info shared with potential lenders
  • Application deposit
  • Hard credit pulls

Customer reviews

As of October 2020, LendingTree has a rating of 4.5 out of 5 based on nearly 8,500 reviews on Trustpilot. Borrowers love the simplicity and convenience of finding a loan through this platform. All that’s required is completing a single online form, after which you are presented with multiple lenders and loan offers, giving you control over the home loan process. On the other hand, LendingTree is only rated 2.28 out of 5 based on 91 reviews on the Better Business Bureau’s (BBB) website. The most common complaint in LendingTree reviews is the volume of phone calls and emails customers later receive from potential lenders. This is because LendingTree shares your contact information with a variety of third-party loan providers after you complete the online application, and some of these lenders may contact you more often than you’d like.
The Better Business Bureau gives Quicken Loans an A+ rating, while Trustpilot awards Quicken Loans a 9.6 out of 10. Most reviews praise the attentive, personalized service they receive from its mortgage officers. Even when dealing with multiple representatives, borrowers report a keen attention to detail. Borrowers liked using Quicken Loan’s MyQL to track the progress of their loan. However, some complaints point to hard credit inquiries without authorization during the application process. There’s also reports that loan advisors were aggressive when trying to close the loan.

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