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My loan officer is hardly at the office and is always calling me do submit files to underwriting but 1003 are not even completed. Is it ok if i prepare them. Or is this the loan officers job.
2 answers - Asked By: rosa - 8/18/2006
I'm looking for a DETAILED job description of a loan officer. Maybe this could be broke down into daily activities, activities while closing a loan, LT activities etc. I am in the mortgage business so...
1 answers - Asked By: - 9/8/2011
I currently work in a distribution center, and i have a bachelors in economics and psychology. I am interested in becoming a mortgage loan officer so i took a 24 credit hour course in residential mort...
1 answers - Asked By: dre_gh - 7/22/2007
I am debating on becoming a mortgage loan officer by obtaining my NMLS license. I just want some advice from someone who is actually in the field. What do you like about being a loan officer? Is it ha...
1 answers - Asked By: lilsnob8681 - 4/8/2013
I am interested in becoming a loan officer but I dont know where to begin. What is the best way to get started? Should I take go to one of those schools that will help me to get my liscensing? I heard...
3 answers - Asked By: J - 1/9/2007
I live in San Fransisco, CA. I have a friend told me that in order to get my license, all i have to do is to read the book called California Real Estate Principles. Once I've done reading the book, i ...
2 answers - Asked By: Nick L - 2/11/2011
I'm license in Florida and looking for a serious opportunity. I'm really concern about training and support; also if any one knows about the 100 % commision? Will this work for somebody with just a l...
1 answers - Asked By: Rod 3 - 3/2/2007
What do they have to know? How many years of experience do they need to have? What kinds of software must they know? Special requirements? other?
3 answers - Asked By: Anne B - 5/29/2006
Is it secure to leave my job as a restaurant manager to became a loan officer?? I have bills to pay and I'm concerned with the fact that loan officers only get commissions and not salary. Please he...
3 answers - Asked By: Anne - 7/31/2008
It? Please explain why or why not.
1 answers - Asked By: tacm2005 - 8/7/2010
I am new to the mortgage business and I would like a job description from other mortgage lenders who utilize an assistant. What are their duties and responsibilities and how do they help you grow your...
2 answers - Asked By: msvickyc - 5/3/2006
Im learning to become a mortgage loan officer and i do understand that i will not be successful immediately since im new to the business. My question is, Should i keep my current job and do it part ti...
2 answers - Asked By: mrfly07 - 10/25/2007
IF I WANTED TO BECOME A LOAN OFFICER WHY SHOULD I BECOME ONE AND WHY SHOULD I NOT TAKE THE POSITION?
2 answers - Asked By: TWINK - 7/1/2008
In job tasks and in salary/commission. Is there a difference? Or just it just 2 terms that describe the same postion ( generally)
2 answers - Asked By: Tanya P - 7/19/2007
I am considering becoming a mortgage salesperson/loan officer. I want to know what it is like. If you have done it, do you recommend it? What are the pros/cons? Long hours? Good pay? Anything about th...
5 answers - Asked By: Kristina - 10/25/2006
I work as a personalbanker r right now making about 40k I recently was approached by a mortgage company that was very impressed with my salesmanship that they offered me a job. Now I don't have much ...
3 answers - Asked By: - 11/14/2013
I have an interview with a mortgage company tomorrow hiring a loan officer. The owner mentioned he typically hires for commission only, but has in the past and considered a small base salary plus comm...
1 answers - Asked By: C - 4/28/2010
Now that all these forclosures are taking place and said to reach 2-4 million more in the next year, why doesnt the gov't do anything about all these loan officers who made millions by tricking people...
3 answers - Asked By: ARMD - 4/8/2008
1 answers - Asked By: juju - 8/30/2006
I have recently become a mortgage loan officer in the DFW area. There is not a lot of experience in my office. Any advice where I can get assistance to survive this market? I would be happy to learn h...
5 answers - Asked By: KEVIN Z - 8/11/2007
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