Ross Mortgage Corporation
We are looking for a detail-oriented mortgage underwriter to grow with our team! You’ll be responsible for analyzing and verifying real estate loan applications while evaluating risks and making loan decisions. The ideal applicant has a thorough understanding of the latest industry trends and is able to organize and prioritize their tasks efficiently and effectively. Job seekers who feel they’re a great fit for the role are highly encouraged to apply.
- Search clients’ employment and financial histories thoroughly to determine accuracy of all documentation
- Request additional information as needed on all documents to help determine loan risk
- Review all mortgage applications and supporting documents to ensure all necessary information is included for approval
- Make sure that after information is collected that it is correct, compliance standards are met, and it is in alignment with company policies
- Provide necessary documentation/communication regarding approval or rejection of loans to loan officers
- At least 2 years of mortgage underwriting experience or mortgage lending experience required
- Proficient in Microsoft office and automated underwriting systems
- Understanding of home loans and residential mortgages such as FHA, VA, conventional, and USDA, and loan products
- B.S. in business or related field required
- Strong decision-making and communication skills
$60,000 - $95,000 yearly
About Ross Mortgage Corporation
Ross Mortgage Corporation is a successful mortgage banking company with a reputation for professionalism, integrity, and quality service. Headquartered in Troy, Michigan, Ross is one of the top independent lenders in the Midwest and serves its valued customers through a network of offices.
Founded in 1949, Ross Mortgage combines 70 years of mortgage lending experience with state-of-the-art mortgage lending technology. As a full-service mortgage lender, Ross Mortgage Corporation delivers superior service and pricing to our customers since, as a lender, we possess underwriting authority and retain control over the entire transaction.