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Short Description

We are looking for a new mid-level loan consultant. Are you coachable, determined, ambitious, focused? Are you good with people?
Are you ready to build a career that can pay you what you are worth? Would you like to earn $65k to $125k per year?

Job Description

As a loan production manager at 9x- you will need to be client-oriented; possess strong analytical skills, generate your own business, and be able to understand how to leverage the 9x brands to increase your book of business. Candidates must possess good judgment, be detail-oriented, reliable, and honest. This role is full-time in our Westminster CO Office off Hwy 36 and Sheridan. 9x will give you 100% support to do your job to the fullest.

Your Profile

  • An active Mortgage Loan Officer license is a must
  • 1-3 Years of experience as a mortgage loan officer preferred
  • Previous experience in sales or customer support is an asset
  • Must be coachable and have the desire to grow
  • Have an interest in growing your own team
  • Working knowledge of Calyx PointAbility to handle confidential information
  • Acts as a team member with all employees

Responsibilities

  • Build a supportive referral network (e.g. with clients, lenders, attorney’s, real estate agents and the 9x divisions)
  • Collect financial information
  • Evaluate creditworthiness and eligibility for obtaining a mortgage loan Interview ClientsGuide Clients through mortgage loan options
  • Prepare and submit mortgage loan applicationsInform clients about loan approval or rejection
  • Help resolve problems with applications and loan conditions
  • Research new mortgage loan guidelines and loan products
  • Ensure regulatory compliance

We Offer

  • A great working environment
  • Training and constant consultation
  • Full in house marketing support
  • The path to a great career

Interested?

We are an equal opportunity employer and support workforce diversity.
No calls or emails from third parties at this time please.

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