Mortgage Loan Officer

Completes loan applications, submits loan files to processing and provides the highest level of customer service to our customers. Designs and implements comprehensive business plan to increase sales and build relationships with referral sources.

Essential Functions:
o Completes telephone Loan Applications with clients. Sends/receives applications, disclosures, GFE and TIL from/to clients. All required fields in the application to be completed including all third party information.
o Determines proper placement of loan file (i.e. correspondent or broker).
o Prices loans and locks rates as per ANM policy.
o Reviews returned applications and documentation for completeness, accuracy, and compliance.
o Runs AUS and reviews for findings and required documentation.
o Prepares requested Pre Approvals as per ANM policy.
o Orders credit reports, appraisals and title requests.
o Conducts regular follow-ups with clients and referral sources.
o Maintains regular communication with applicants throughout the processing period, assisting them with any questions and notifying them of any additional information required.
o Submits loan file allowing for stated turn times and works in conjunction with assigned Processor.
o Maintains pipeline of all loans in process, tracks their progress and meets all contractual deadlines.
o Assists all parties including the Processor during the entire process.
o Meets or exceeds ANM minimum production requirements.
o Completes annual Business Plan and meets regularly with Sales Manager.
o Keep informed of trends and developments in the local real estate market and competitive environment, as well as changes in rules and regulations pertaining to both private and government insured mortgages.
o Maintain a professional image and standards consistent with company policies and procedures.
o Minimum of 2 years loan officer experience
o NMLS license required
o Proven ability to read, write and communicate at a level consistent with the requirements of this position and to generate independent leads for new business.
o Working knowledge of standard loan products in the industry and strong familiarity with underwriting guidelines.

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