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Higher Mortgage Interest Rates Continue to Pressure Rocket's Results in the Third Quarter

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Narrow-moat-rated Rocket Companies reported another weak quarter as the company faced new lows for mortgage origination volume industrywide, due primarily to rapidly increasing mortgage rates, which have risen above 7%. Rocket reported net revenue of $1.3 billion, which was 58.5% below last year's results and 7% below last quarter's results. Earnings per share was $0.04 compared with $0.54 last year. Without a $400 million positive valuation adjustment on the company’s mortgage servicing assets for the third quarter, Rocket would have reported a loss.

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Rocket Companies is a financial services company that was originally founded as Rock Financial in 1985 and is currently based in Detroit. Rocket Companies offers a wide array of services and products but is best known for its Rocket Mortgage business. The company’s mortgage lending operations are split between its direct-to-consumer lending, which sees borrowers accessing the company’s lending arm directly through either its mobile app or website, and its partner network where mortgage brokers and other firms use Rocket’s origination process to offer loans to their customers. The company has rapidly gained market share in recent years and is now the largest mortgage originator in the U.S. as well as the servicer for more than 2 million loans.

1050 Woodward Avenue
Detroit, MI, 48226
Industry Mortgage Finance
Employees 26,000

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