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Mortgage Loan Processor Resume Sample Three

999 Main Street, Any Town, NY 99999
Phone: 999-999-9999 | E-mail: email@gmail.com | http://www.linkedin.com/in/profile

MARIO HANSON

A demonstrated history of leadership positions in a high-volume fast paced mortgage lending industry with a high degree of change. The proven ability to think strategically and respond in a dynamic environment with a solid knowledge of operational procedures. An outstanding verbal and written communication skill set, which includes strong presentation and interpersonal skills.

Excellent working knowledge of information technology systems. Established organizational, goal setting, analytical, technical and planning skills with the ability to create a service culture with emphasis on motivation, recognition, and improving performance. Ability to develop and communicate a clear and compelling customer driven corporate vision.

Employment and Experience:

Mortgage Loan Processor – 05/10 – Present
ABC Inc.
999 Main Street
Any Town, NY 99999

  • Process conventional loans from set up to submission, from conditions to close.
  • Reviews residential loan application files to verify that application data is complete and meets establishment standards, including type and amount of mortgage, borrower assets, liabilities and length of employment.
  • Recommends that loan not meeting standards is denied.
  • Submits mortgage loan application files for underwriting approval.
  • Submits approved mortgage loan file to mortgage loan closer.
  • Organizes closings with borrower, lender and Title Company.
  • Aware of and adheres to all state and federal regulations.
  • Is compliant with lender policies.
  • Sends closing numbers to lenders and checks settlement statements for accuracy.
  • Types Deeds of Trust for second mortgages as well as the release of Deed of Trust.
  • Strong communication skills with borrowers and lenders.
  • Works efficiently and effectively due to the sensitive time constraints required for closings.
  • Every detail oriented, organized with strong ability to multi-task and prioritize.
  • Procurement of office supplies.

Loan Processor – 05-05 to 05-10
XYZ Corp.
999 Main Street
Any Town, NY 99999

  • Responsible for $10 million in loans monthly.
  • Manage a pipeline of approximately 50 loans at any given time.
  • Collect and track all documentation and information needed to close loans in a timely fashion.
  • Monitor loans to ensure compliance with all State and Federal regulations.
  • Ensure final terms of loan meet expectations of all parties while turning a profit for company.
  • Interact on a daily basis with Clients, Financial Ad-visors, Wealth Management Bankers and Mortgage Loan Officers.

Mortgage Loan Processor- 10/03 to 05/05
BCD Inc.
999 Main Street
Any Town, NY 99999

  • Review loan application package for completeness and accuracy.
  • Responsible for gathering credit and other documents from the customer and third parties in support of the loan approval decision.
  • Verifies and validates supporting income, asset, and liability documentation to ensure validity.
  • Reviews and verifies credit reports (FICO, pay history, validate debts, other real estate owned).
  • Input and update data, prepares the transaction for closing by ordering payoffs as applicable and gathering 3rd party fees from the closing agent.

Computer & Office Skills:

  • MS Word, Excel, Outlook, Publisher and PowerPoint, General Office Machines, Telephone Switchboard.
  • Expert user of Mortgage ware, Empower, E3 and Calyx Point Mortgage Processing Software.
  • Automated Underwriting Systems.
  • Fivers Navigator Loan Accounting Software and Bank Track Imaging Software.
  • Quick Books Pro 2006, Xactimate – Construction Estimating Software.
  • Typing Speed – 85 WPM.

Education:

  • 1982 – University of Florida, Associates Degree, Business Administration
  • 1987 – Harvard University

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