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Loan Processor

Company Name:
Roundpoint Financial Group
Position Overview
The Loan Processor is responsible for soliciting and originating residential conventional and government mortgages.

Key Tasks and Responsibilities
Promotes conventional and government programs to realtors, builders and other referral sources as well as prospective customers.
Counsels prospective customers regarding appropriate mortgage programs.
Pre-qualifies based on income, debt, employment history, and other credit data.
Determines customers' eligibility and acceptability of loan risk.
Originates loan applications and monitors the loan from application through closing process, maintaining effective communications with customers, referral sources, and loan support staff.
Utilizes automated underwriting systems, where applicable, to issue point of sale commitment letters.
Minimum Requirements
Five years experience in processing conventional and government mortgage loans.
Strong communication, organization and time management skills.
Ability to prioritize.
Strong computer skills, including knowledge of Desktop Underwriting and Loan Prospector.
Ability and read and understand financial and mortgage statements.
Five years experience in processing conventional and government mortgage loans.
Independent, self-starting, team player with a positive attitude. Must work well with internal and external customers:
Loan Originators
Third Party Vendors (i.e., appraisers, title companies)
Underwriting Department
Accounting Department
Originator Support Specialists
Third party Vendors (i.e., appraisers, title companies)
Underwriting Department
Accounting Department
Originator Support Specialists
Typing - must be able to type 50+ WPM at 80% accuracy

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