"Our partnership with Quicken Loans allows us to reward users who have saved to buy their home with BoostUp," said
Quicken Loans is the first mortgage lender to partner with BoostUp. Once an account is created, BoostUp users can continue to add funds toward their goal, as well as enjoy built-in Boosts, a free money incentive from brand partners in exchange for the purchase of their product or service.
"A home is likely the largest purchase a consumer will make in their life, so this
BoostUp provides users a quick and easy process to begin saving. Once signed in, BoostUp users select which savings category they're interested in, including automotive, home, wedding and trip, as well as the dollar amount and target date for their goal. To begin saving, users can schedule recurring or one-time deposits directly from their checking or saving accounts into their BoostUp account.
In addition to Quicken Loans' contribution at closing, BoostUp users can build awareness through social media and email platforms that offer family and friends an opportunity to contribute to savings goals during traditional gift-giving occasions like the holidays, birthdays and graduation.
For more information and to begin saving for a home today, visit BoostUp.com. Also be sure to follow BoostUp on
Keywords for this news article include: BoostUp, Mortgage, Real Estate, Banking and Finance.
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