Job description

What’s our deal:

We’re about to launch something exciting. We’re a consumer-brand mortgage start-up backed by a top-tier wholesale company. And we want to be bold. When and where we can’t shake up the industry, we want to shake up the experience. And we will.

We’re looking for an obscene amount of Mortgage Loan Officers to help support a multi-funnel marketing sales plan. The Mortgage Loan Officer is responsible for contacting prospective borrowers and guiding them through the loan application and approval process. This role reports to a Retail Sales Manager and interacts regularly with the broader originator team, borrowers, prospective borrowers, processors and underwriters.

If you’re new to the industry, don’t worry. We’ve got you. We’ll invest in your licensing and training, and give you the resources to close double digit loans monthly. We’re a direct lender, not a broker, and provide high quality leads to assist in identifying qualified borrowers.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Our MLOs are salary-based in a paid for performance environment — giving you both security and the potential to increase your salary based on performance. Most of our competitors in the industry are commission only and lack a performance track record for new hires. That’s pretty ridiculous.

Already showing motivation — we love it! There are many opportunities for advancement in your position. We promote from within and consider the MLO position an incubator for a top MLO or manager.

Well, no — although we’re not afraid to zig when our competitors zag. We invest in you, and have an extensive onboarding program that includes paid training, paid individual state licenses, and paid testing and multistate licensing. Boom.

You don’t. We do! We provide the leads. This is a big deal in our business and the volume and quality are best-in-class.

Pretty darn flexible. The office is open from 8:30-5pm Monday-Friday.

Well, if you still aren’t seeing how we are different, we’re equally collaborative and competitive. If it makes sense, we help each other but strive for top performance. You can choose to set your colleague’s performance as something to beat, or set your own goal. Also, we have fun.

Cereal first, then milk. TP over, not under. The oxford comma is overrated. All, of course, open for debate.