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This Lender announced plans
to hire an additional 2,000 mortgage professionals and support staff through the remainder of 2020. The company is excited to be welcoming new team members across its originations, servicing and real estate services teams, who are passionate about keeping the dream of homeownership alive.
New team members will receive a competitive benefits package. Some of the team’s favorite benefits include a 4% percent match, down payment and mortgage assistance program, paid maternity and bonding leave, adoption and family planning assistance, generous vacation time and paid time off for volunteering, ongoing education and professional development and participation in our diversity and inclusion resource groups.
LOAN PROCESSOR (FULLY REMOTE)
Essential Job Functions
Responsible for processing loans from set-up to closing by verifying, compiling and entering borrower information in to loan processing systems.
Reviews loan application files to verify that all data is complete and meets standards, including the loan type and purpose, borrower assets, liabilities, and employment.
Verify and analyze loan documentation including income, credit, appraisal, and title, while maintaining strict compliance with all applicable federal and state regulations.
Interact with Mortgage Professionals to obtain information from the borrower or to seek clarification about documents in the loan file.
Informs the Processing Manager of discrepancies in the file and obtains direction on how to proceed, as applicable.
Record data to track the status of loans in processing.
Submit loan application files to underwriting for approval, and creates and mails approval or denial letters to applicants.
Submit approved mortgage loan files to closing for settlement.
Responsible for handling non-public information (NPI) about borrowers.
Adhere to all applicable internal NPI policies and procedures, and protect the confidentiality of borrower information.
Performs administrative duties such as faxing, photocopying, filing and phone support, as required, by Loan Processor II and Processing Managers.
Previous experience with mortgage loan processing preferred.
Average Processor > $200,000 +
Top Processors. > $300,000 +