For example, what type of companies hire loan processors? What is the avergage income of a loan processor? Where (online) can I find data about this field?
I have no job currently && I wanted to volunteer at my local humane society so at least I have a reference if I apply for a loan processor. I would be doing data entry at the shelter. Would that specific skill be of any help in getting a loan processing job? Do loan processors have to do a lot data entry on the computer? Thanks.
Does the loan processor mainly do the paper work? is doing sales part of the processor's job description?
Does loan processor do most of the application work and running numbers, and does the loan closer actually close the loan verbally over the phone or in person? Any loan processors or closers out there. I have a chance to interview for a loan closer position as a temp to perm hire. Also I would like to know if its easy to get started as i have no experience with loans as you already can guess. thx
Mortgage loan processors who work in the Southern California area, especially downtown LA, can you tell me approximately how much you make? Are u paid a salary, hourly, or commission? Do you have bonuses for every loan closed? How did you get your job as a loan processor? Does a temp agency make it easier to get that job?
Hi everyone, my question is in regards to getting started in the real estate business. I would really like to learn how to become a real estate loan officer and loan processor. I have tried to get some information about this on my own, but I just end up overwhelmed and unable to identify what I really need to do to become one. I don't really know anyone in the field and the few real estate agents that I have asked only tells me to go to one of their meetings, which I have gone to, only to find that they're just trying to sell me into joining their "team". Is this the only way to go? Or is there another option for me? I have searched online and found numerous classes that offer certificates, are these what I need to take? Should I be taking classes in a community college and earning these certificates or is online acceptable? Do I even need to take classes to earn a certificate and do I even need a certificate? Would I need a license to work as a loan officer and/or processor?
I am a loan processor and my boss has asked me to do a business plan for the upcoming year, I have never had to do one before so what are some good ways of going about making one and what are some good things to put for my profession.
If there is any independant mortgage loan processors that work from home, how much of average of loans per month do you process? Did you yourself have to go out and find companies that would let you processor for them? Do you work for more than one company? Do you set your hours for a regular workday (since most is commission only) and last, but not least, is it worth it?
I am applying for a job as a Back office/ Collections/ Loan processor. I was wondering what might be some good objective statements for this job? I have a few ideas but none of them are just right. Thank you in advance!
I am currently looking for a job in Orange County with the security that a job with union membership provides. Anybody with info please pass it along, I will be most grateful. Any open local, civic or federal goverment positions too. Was recently layed off from the mortgage industry as a loan processor. Thank you.
I have been offered a job at Wyndham Capital mortgage. I am a loan processor and I have accepted a job witht his company. Anybody have any comments about WCM I would greatly appreciate it. Just want to check company out the best I can before making the big jump!! Thanks in advance.
I'm contemplating on becoming a Loan Processor, but I tend to be forgetful in which memory is a vital attribute to this position, with remembering names etc. What are other jobs option you would recommend? Thanks
I'm in the process of buying a home and my papers are with the underwriter/loan processor. Should I just wait to see what happens, or contact her for an update? I'm just curious.
This is post conditional approval. My loan processor says that the loan processor will ask me for routine information. I am wondering what that will be. Thank you.
California realtors and mortgage brokers and loan processors - are you guys looking for a job or waiting for housing to get better again?
If I have 5 years experience in banking as a teller, new accounts rep, and loan processor and a bachelors degree in finance. I am graduating this semester and I am thinking about applying for underwriting jobs with banks since my GPA is low- 2.96 GPA. Am I selling myself short?
I've been searching for a job for a while with no luck. I was put on unemployment benefits while searching. I finally decided to get my real estate license while hunting for a job (I used to work as a home loan processor and felt it would aid in a similar line of work). Am I able to still collect unemployment benefits while waiting to get my first sale?
I called a place and the person who answered my call told me that they already have 2 loan processors and she wasn't sure if they needed any more. I couldn't talk to the hiring manager because he was on vacation. Do you think that they would consider hiring me or is 3 loan processors too much? && how many loan processors are there at the mortgage brokerage firm that you work for?
As an experience Loan Officers, what advice can you give to me about your profession? I am very interested in working as a Loan Processor but I am also curious of what “real skills” does it take to work in a Mortgage Loan Office. Whom should you build a close working relationship with? I know the essential people would include a Mortgage Broker license, underwriter, loan consultant, document drawer, etc. but what else is needed besides a large capital.
“real skills” = things that are not included in the job description