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About Rocket Mortgage

In 2022, Rocket Mortgage entered Canada after providing seed funding to Windsor, Ontario-based Edison Financial.

Now rebranded as Rocket Mortgage Canada, it's a subsidiary of Rocket Mortgage which was founded in 1985 and is headquartered in Detroit, MI.

Though Rocket Mortgage is one of the largest mortgage lenders in the United States, it operates in Canada as a broker only, offering an online application process that provides quotes and approval for mortgages. Calculators and home affordability calculators also help prospective homebuyers assess their buying or refinancing needs.

Rocket Companies, which owns Rocket Mortgage and Rocket Mortgage Canada, also offers title insurance, home valuation and property valuations to its US customers.

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Once you receive free quotes, you’ll be contacted by RATESDOTCA and connected to Rocket Mortgage.

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Frequently asked questions about Rocket Mortgage

Is Rocket Mortgage a Canadian company?

No. Rocket Mortgage is based in Detroit, MI.

Who owns Rocket Mortgage?

Rocket Mortgage Canada (formerly Edison Financial) is owned by Rocket Companies, owner and operator of Rocket Mortgage in the US – the largest mortgage lender in America. Rocket Mortgage Canada operates as a broker rather than a lender.

What types of products does Rocket Mortgage Canada offer?

Rocket Mortgage Canada is a mortgage broker.

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