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(Mortgage) Loan Processor

at PrimeLending, A PlainsCapital Company

Posted: 10/3/2019
Job Reference #: 9947

Job Description

  • Job LocationsUS-NY-Newburgh
    Req #
    2019-9947
    Type
    Full-Time
    Category
    Mortgage Operations
    Location Name
    (Mortgage) Newburgh, NY - Newburgh
  • Job Summary

    Under the direction of the Branch Manager, Operations Manager and/or Processing Supervisor, evaluates all information supplied on the mortgage loan application, verifies the

    validity of the information and assembles a completely documented file to Underwriting and Closing. Acts as the primary liaison between the loan officer, loan officer assistant, realtors,

    builders and the customer(s).

    Essential Functions

    • Maintains knowledge of all policies and modifications to the guidelines and standards of the company, federal housing programs, investors, and private mortgage insurers.
    • Maintains and updates loan application information within loan origination software and other applications.
    • As applicable, orders appraisals, title, survey, verifications, and any other items required for loan approval; conducts regular follow-ups with outside sources regarding outstanding documents.
    • Verifies the data collected, analyzes, and decides whether it meets guidelines or if other documentation is needed; documents communication through the conversation log; ensures loan application is in compliance with underwriting, investor, RESPA, and HMDA guidelines.
    • Calculates income, reviews assets and liabilities.
    • Reviews all disclosures for completeness and compliance.
    • Completes final evaluation and analysis of completed application packages and submits eligible files specifying any applicable conditions.
    • Monitors rate lock information for data integrity and expiration dates; communicates discrepancies to the Loan Officer.
    • May maintain accurate pipeline to ensure proper projections, closings, and regulatory compliance with Company, Federal, and State standards.
    • May prepare, when applicable, “Declination Letters.” Ensures accurate disclosure of the reason(s) for the adverse action as soon as it is determined that applicants do not qualify.
    • May schedule closing appointments with respective parties (i.e. title companies, closing attorneys, corporate closing department and customers etc.) Meets customer service standards as outlined by management.
    • May facilitate training of junior or newly hired processors regarding specific Prime operations including file flow, loan origination software, and other applications.
    • Updates loan officer, loan officer assistant, realtors, builders and customers on loan status.
    • Maintains communication with customers throughout the loan process, assisting them with any questions and notifying them of any additional requirements.
    • Maintains a professional image and adheres to standards consistent with company policies and procedures.
    • Other duties as assigned.

    Job Requirements

    • High school diploma or equivalent.
    • Minimum of 1 year mortgage banking experience as a processor or junior processor, required.
    • Must have working knowledge of Fannie Mae/Freddie Mac and FHA/VA policies and guidelines, as well as, Regulatory Mortgage Compliance, state, federal, local government, private investors and insurers.
    • Must have working knowledge, or the ability to learn all operating systems and possess the ability to facilitate training.
    • Proficient in Excel, Word, Outlook, with the ability to learn other mortgage-related programs.
    • Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
    • Excellent organizational and time management skills.
    • Demonstrated ability to interact effectively with branch, regional and corporate personnel, as well as realtors, sales agents, builders, appraisers, title companies, etc.
    • Demonstrated judgment and decision making ability.
    • Must be available to work all regularly scheduled hours; arriving at scheduled reporting time and at the prescribed time after any breaks or lunch periods.
    • Must be able to work overtime, as required.