Mortgage Financing Processor


  • Posted On 10 April 2013


People within saudi arabia or valid iqama transferable
Bachelors degree required
Minimum 2 years of similar consumer finance documentation or credit processing roles
Minimum years of experience
3 years of related experience in a bank or leasing/lending institution
Language skills required
Bi-lingual in Arabic and English (written and spoken)
Computer proficiency required/Ease with computer technology
Review applications for completeness at the time of receipt and prior to underwriting. Initiate requests for all documentation needed to support financing approvals including outreach to employers, appraisers and other third parties. Working with Sales Associates,
Underwriter and Closing Department Personnel.
Receive financing application after registration
Review against financing plan specifications for accuracy
Enter into computer assisted processing program
Generate Financing Application, Transmittal Summary, Appraisal Request
Notify Home Finance Specialist and the Applicant of any additional required documents or forms
Review status of each file daily with Sales Associate
Continue follow-up of additional documentation requests
Generate Disclosure Documents Appropriate to Registered Financing Program
Order and review credit report
Order and review appraisal report
Compile case in Stack Order
Enter Financing into Logs
Track outstanding documents and follow up with customer, Sales Associate, Real Estate Broker, or other referral source
Update Status daily as to incoming and outgoing documents
Pre-Underwrite case against checklist to identify problem areas prior to submission to underwriting
Evaluate deficiencies and notify customer, financing officer and referral source of critical issues.
Key Relationships: External
Employers of Applicants
Key Relationships: Internal
Sales Associates
Closing Department
Servicing Department
Branch Manager
الوظيفة للمقيمين فى السعودية

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