Overview of Responsibilities: Efficiently underwrites mortgage loan applications according to service level expectations in order to deliver the desired member experience. Evaluates loans in order to provide members with options that will help them achieve their home ownership objectives while mitigating risk. Addresses application shortcomings, documentation needs, down payment requirements, and resolves problems.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
Analyzes applicants' financial status, credit, and property evaluations to make sound, consistent, and logical decisions on requested loans within established time frames.
Applies consistent decisions across all products and without bias or discrimination. Makes decisions consistent with federal and state regulations, investor policies and procedures in collaboration with other members of the underwriting team.
Sufficiently documents files/systems so members and team members fully understand the reasons for an approval, denial, or counter offer.
Professionally presents counter offers by explaining options and alternatives.
Analyzes loan documentation, personal and business financial statements, and any other financial information needed to support loan decisions.
Researches and explains loan calculations within all systems, and assists others as a subject matter expert on mortgage products and maintains general knowledge of all loan products.
Applies in-depth knowledge of custom and credit scoring models and knows when to override the models.
Maintains an awareness of current market forces and conditions that affect loan underwriting, such as real estate secondary markets, local and national economy, competitor rates and products, membership product/service wants and needs, and local and regional housing market trends.
Responds to individual and investor audits by explaining prior actions and decisions.
Supports the leadership team by providing meaningful data analysis as requested.
Identifies and suggests process or efficiency improvements related to area of responsibility.
Maintains confidentiality and security of applicant information and data at all times.
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