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Residential Loan Coordinator

Full-Time in Derby, Vermont


The Residential Loan Coordinator assists the residential lenders, underwriters and processors in advancing the mortgage application from initial disclosure to closing the loan. 



• Assist the loan originator as an additional point of contact for new loan customers.

• Review mortgage application for completeness. Assist with the collection and review of loan documents including preliminary evaluation of income, assets and program eligibility. 

• Communicate with customers and lenders to obtain missing information and documentation.

• Obtain third party document requests including but not limited to ordering and following up with flood determinations, verifications of mortgage/rent, deposit and income etc.  

• Prepare loan file by scanning documents, update loan status and submit to underwriting and clear conditions in preparation for closing.

• Perform initial compliance review of loan file.

• Assist with pipeline maintenance by submitting files for status updates including denied, withdrawn and incomplete loan applications.

• Facilitate the Equity Builder program – including application to FHLB, training, liaison between lender and FHLB document preparation and requesting funds

• Comply with Code of Ethics standards and all applicable bank compliance laws and regulations.

  • Must be able to obtain a National Mortgage Licensing System (NMLS) number.