Dan Gilbert saw his net worth grow 700% since last year…

Dan Gilbert saw his net worth grow 700% since last year, when his company Rocket Mortgage, formerly Quicken Loans, went public in August. Rocket rode growth in the U.S. housing market to a huge fourth quarter, posting a 277% increase in profits. The company originated $320 billion in mortgages in 2020. Rocket’s big year grew Gilbert’s fortune to $51.9 billion, placing him third among sports team owners on Forbes’ list. Second on the list is former Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer, owner of the Los Angeles Clippers, with $68.7 billion. Ballmer’s net worth grew 30% in the last year.
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