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Mortgage Loan Officer - Hampton/Newport News area

1st Advantage Federal Credit Union is currently accepting applications for a Mortgage Loan Officer for the Hampton Roads Peninsula area (Newport News, Hampton, Yorktown and surrounding areas). The MLO will continually identify, develop, and maintain a quality network of business relationships that serve as a recurring source of referrals for new mortgage lending opportunities. Respond to member inquiries and referrals that are generated from personal contacts and from other 1st Advantage business channels. Conducts interviews with prospective borrowers in order to analyze financial and credit data, determine financing objectives, advise members of product/pricing policies and guidelines, and gather any additional required information. Ensures exceptional member service by maintaining thorough knowledge of lending programs, policies, procedures and regulatory requirements, demonstrating a commitment to professional ethics, complying with all Federal and State compliance policies.
Responsibilities:
Ensures exceptional customer experience by overseeing loan process from origination to close and providing on-going communication to members and business partners.
Prospects new mortgage lending opportunities. Meet with members as necessary during various stages of the loan process.
Achieves production goals as established by 1st Advantage.
Develop and maintain a successful relationship with internal and external business referral sources.
Requirements:
Virginia Mortgage Loan Originator license with at least 1 to 3 years current and relevant mortgage lending experience.
Knowledge of lending programs, policies, procedures, regulatory, and Federal and State compliance policies.



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