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Dan Gilbert’s new financial bailout rescue plan – CNBC @ 4:30 pm

Typically we never use the Quicken Loans DIFF blog for mortgage stuff. Yes, it’s what we do here at Quicken Loans, but if you’re a regular reader, you know we’re much more than that.

But today is DIFFerent. Our chairman, Dan Gilbert, will be presenting our version of a financial bailout rescue plan for Closing Bell on CNBC today at 3:15pm 4:30 pm. We’ve got a fresh take (one we feel works better) on what should happen to help the economy and Dan is ready to share it with the world. So please tune into CNBC at 3:15 4:30 if you can.

If you can’t get to the tube at that time, you can read about it in the Detroit Free Press today. If you like what you hear/read, tell everyone you know. And it they like it, keep it rolling. That is how we make a DIFFerence.

As always, if you’ve got questions or comments, our ears are open at the DIFF.

Editor’s update: If you missed the show, here’s the video of Dan Gilbert discussing his financial bailout rescue plan from CNBC

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  1. Dan, I saw your segment on CNBC and you absolutely nailed it with your plan. That is my exact scenario with my own arm/mortgage dilemma. Watching the so called ” bailout ” plan all week, I was complaining to my co-workers, friends and family that there was no language in the plan addressing any of the features that you have proposed in your plan. This problem began at the grassroots with homeowners/mortgages and that’s where the government should be tossing the life jacket. I commend you!!! Thats what I call “the diff”. cudos to you. Thanks. Tim McHugh Kalkaska, Mich.

    Posted by: tim mchugh | October 3, 2008
  2. Mr. Gilbert was right on the MONEY, it really is the only way to hold value in the housing market, lower rates will also bring borrows back for low rate refi.
    I want to work with you!!
    Michael McAllister
    Equity Express
    Mortgage Broker

    Posted by: Michael McAllister | October 3, 2008

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