One of the top non bank lenders nationally has an opening for a Loan Processor. This newly created role will join a team of seasoned and tenured processors who in addition to their base salaries earn substantial quarterly bonuses. This long established lender has a proven track record of exceptional service, stability and growth and earning potential.
location: San Diego, California
job type: Permanent
salary: $55,000 - 65,000 per year
work hours: 9 to 5
education: High School
experience: 3 Years
- Manage the overall lending process, and identify, resolve and communicate issues that could impact timely closure of loans.
- Analyze loan-to-value ratio, debt-to-income ratio, credit report, application, income and assets, source(s) of down payment funds and examine supporting documentation to identify potential fraud or misrepresentation.
- Identify potential issues and communicate to consumer and loan officer.
- Order and review all third party documentation, including credit checks, title reports, appraisals, tax returns, verification of employment/assets, etc. to identify and address potential issues.
- Stay current with federal, state regulations, policies and industry trends.
- Check ratios, and verify accuracy of AUS findings and program applicability.
- Review and verify documentation integrity to ensure it aligns with findings, completeness and compliance, and submit loan file to underwriting for approval.
- Identify qualifying/program issues prior to submission to Underwriting, and re-structure loan as necessary.
- Provide options within guidelines and makes recommendations if borrowers may qualify for suitable programs.
- Update and verify accuracy of data input into system.
- Verify compliance with Company standards, federal and agency regulations, standards, and guidelines, as well as any applicable state-specific and or local regulations, ordinances, etc.
- Obtain and verify clearance of all underwriting conditions and prepare the file for submission to Closing.
- Order generation of loan documents.
- Coach and provide guidance to less experienced Processors as needed.
- Use and modify templates to compose professional correspondence and emails.
- Provide status updates to Loan Officers and/or borrowers.
- High school diploma or equivalent required; college courses/technical training related to Business, Finance/Accounting, Legal, or related field is preferred.
- Total recent work experience includes five or more years experience as a Loan Processor, preferably processing conventional and FHA loans along with at least two years of experience processing VA and Bond mortgage loans.
- Ability to build strong relationships with loan officers, production, underwriting, closing and other internal and external partners.
- Expert knowledge of overall mortgage lending internal processes and control, as well as federal, state, and regulatory requirements/guidelines related to consumer mortgage lending for conventional, FHA, VA and Bond mortgage loans.
- Expert knowledge of conventional, FHA, VA and Bond mortgage loans, including various product/program guidelines, necessary conditions for approval, and investor specific guidelines.
- Expert knowledge in new construction documentation and condominium projects.
- Expert knowledge of valid documentation related to processing consumer mortgage applications (e.g., complex tax returns, financial statements and records, verification of income and deposits, etc.).
- Excellent customer service, interpersonal, verbal and written communication skills
- Intermediate math skills.
- Strong verbal and written communication skills.
- Strong detail orientation and highly organized.
skills: Loan Processing
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