“Both companies are passionate about delivering exceptional client experiences,” he said. “Rocket has spent decades building industry-leading technology to make every step in the mortgage process easier. We’re excited to offer a world-class experience to Santander clients. This is just the beginning of what we believe will be a long relationship between our companies as we innovate together to develop more ways to delight our clients.”
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Rocket Companies revealed its second-quarter financial results last week. The Detroit-based company’s net income plunged from about $1 billion in Q2 2021 to just $60 million in Q2 2022. Jay Farner, vice chairman and CEO of Rocket Companies, blamed the decline on challenging market conditions, volatility in interest rates, and falling consumer sentiment.
“At Santander, we place the customer at the center of our business, and I’m pleased to be working with Rocket to deliver a convenient and simplified digital mortgage experience for our customers,” said Patrick Smith, head of consumer and business banking at Santander Bank. “Our relationship with Rocket Mortgage is another example of how Santander Bank is evolving our business and continuing to pursue opportunities for our customers to save, invest and manage their money at Santander.”