You probably have an idea of what Google Search is.
It’s like Google’s answer to “What’s in a name?”
It’s a giant list of results for things you can search for and buy.
But what if you’re searching for a loan?
And what if your search results come up empty?
That’s where a little-known loan app called Quicken Loans comes in.
Quicken Loans, or Quicken for short, was founded in 2016 by two former Google employees, and its goal is to make it easier for borrowers to find and borrow from lenders.
For starters, Quicken offers a “simple search bar” that lets you search for a specific loan, loan terms, and more.
You can also “go home” and use the app to get loan data.
Quicker Loans has over 200,000 monthly active users, and it recently raised $8 million in funding.
Its main focus is on the “home loan market,” where loans have been popular for years, according to CEO Josh Karp.
But Quicken has expanded to include “mortgage and credit card loans,” too, and Karp told Mashable that he hopes to expand to other types of loans as well.
For now, Quicker Loans only lets you sign up for loans with a loan provider, and for a fee.
But you can also pay a fee to borrow from a Quicken loan.
You pay a flat fee to get the loan, but Quicken also offers a variety of bonuses, including one that lets users borrow $1,000 a month and get a $5 credit card.
That’s a great deal for someone who doesn’t have much credit history, but it can also mean you’re stuck paying the same monthly fee every month if you don’t have the money.
Karp told us that his startup has over $8,000 in funding and has plans to expand its product to other areas of the loan market.
So far, the company has partnered with three banks and has partnered up with credit unions.
For example, Quick Loans says it’s working with The Union Credit Union in Maryland and the Northern Virginia Credit Union to offer a free loan.
For more about lending, check out our list of the top 20 loan products on the market.