Federal judge rules Quicken Loans wrongly influenced home appraisals

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Federal judge rules Quicken Loans wrongly influenced home appraisals

Federal judge rules Quicken Loans wrongly influenced home appraisals

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A judge slapped Quicken Loans with nearly an $11 million penalty after it found the nonbank guilty of allegedly and wrongly influencing home appraisal values during the time leading up to the financial crisis.

But Quicken Loans is quick to fight the ruling, stating it, along with its affiliated company Title Source, will appeal the rulings issued by the Federal District Court in West Virginia in the class-action case of Alig et al. v. Quicken Loans and Title Source.

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