Mortgage Loan Processor

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Published date: November 21, 2020 4:51 am

Location: Atlanta, Georgia, United States

Language Fluency: English (Required)

Work Shift:

1st shift (United States of America)
Please review the following job description:
Incumbents at this level would typically have no experience or up to 2 years of loan processing. This position typically viewed as an entry position.
Provides quality loan processing in a paperless work environment, reviewing files for adherence to underwriting standards and ensuring completeness of underwriting submission. Maintains positive working relationships between peers and managers as well as with clients, realtors, builders, referral sources, and other internal partners. Act as a liaison between client, loan officer and/or realtor, underwriters, closers and other internal partners to collect necessary documentation, provide current loan status and to close loans on time. Successful in using critical thinking and analytical skills to process loans. Demonstrate the ability to work on the loan origination system. Meet monthly performance metrics (productivity/quality), and satisfactory client delight customer survey scores. Ability to manage time effectively.

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