REO (Former Employee) – Lewisville, TX – August 17, 2017
No character, bad management, managers promoted past what they are capable of, don't care about people or relationships. Ship a lot of jobs overseas, underpay for jobs they do keep in America. Bad environment to spend a lot of time in.
Repurchase Analyst II (Current Employee) – Irving, TX – August 16, 2017
Nationstar is a good company to work for. They treat their people fairly and with respect. They have a good bonus structure and offer a competitive salary. I enjoy all of the team outings and the annual picnics. I would highly recommend Nationstar Mortgage to a friend. They focus on giving you the tools to succeed and move up in the company if that is your desire. They recognize hard work and have a lot of cool employee perks.
Funder (Former Employee) – Irving, TX – August 15, 2017
This was a great place to work! they carried about the moral of the employees and the overall company. They pay was great. The training was awesome! I left to finish college. But I would recommend this company to anyone!
Pay is very Good as compared to the work you have to perform Friendly Atmosphere Amazing Co Workers Lot of facilities given to employees as compared to other companies Sometimes the work you do is monotonous Less Growth Opportunities Not challenging in case you are looking for something which drives you towards self improvement
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – North Highlands, CA – August 14, 2017
I thought coming into this company would be better than what it was. They did not appreciate the employees and all their hard work. The environment was stressful. Would make you not want to go to work the next day.
Business Analyst (Current Employee) – Irving, TX – August 5, 2017
End of year reviews mean nothing...the key is being friends with upper management, if you can do that you are golden...company keeps saying they want to be a people company, but random layoffs and a continuing culture of no one taking responsibility for their actions is making it an uphill battle.
no pressure to perform as there are no consequences for poor performance, plenty of opportunity to learn new skills to prepare you for your next job
Nation star is a cool place to work if you are graduating from college looking for a good start. Like most companies these days it is hard to move up unless you know someone or will take a lateral move.
Funding Team Lead (Former Employee) – Irving, TX – July 31, 2017
Nationstar Mortgage • Generated and pulled active pipeline report for complete overview of loan statuses • Monitor all outstanding deficiencies that they are cured within specified timeframes set by investor in order to get a loan cleared prior to purchase and avoid penalties • Completed modifications and corrective documents to satisfy investor requirements for timely delivery to investors • Communicate with borrowers, internal departments, title/settlement agents for missing documentation and status updates
LOAN PROCESSOR II (Former Employee) – Houston, TX – July 25, 2017
I learned so much in Processing and Customer Service from this Company. The Supervisor was very knowledgeable and helpful. Working with the loan Officers in a stress free environment was very encouraging.
Business Analyst II (Current Employee) – Chandler, AZ – July 24, 2017
The culture and overall feeling at Nationstar is that it is not one the large mortgage companies that are stuck in their ways and arent afraid of challenging common practices. This of course has its advantages and drawbacks but was a great experience. I appreciate the experienced individuals and diversity on campus. It was a rare thing and seen in both the headquarters and in call center locations.
The advantages are opportunities for new skills, becoming a subject matter expert, and seeing an impact of your efforts. The drawbacks are some decisions do not make sense. They are money conscious on certain projects and unresponsive to other wasteful campaigns. Certain standards that the IT groups tried to set were removed in the name of progress and that only provided more problematic stats. The treatment of employees onshore is fine and respectable however offshore are nearly second-class as in other major companies. It is unfortunate and hard to ignore. I would appreciate the teams to feel more interactive and inclusive but that is just not the reality. Middle managers did their best to inspire productivity and comply with senior officials but there was an obvious disconnect which affected alot of people.
New Technologies, Challenger to standard mortgage practice
Default Case Specialist (Current Employee) – Florida – July 23, 2017
The company culture as a whole is good. I did not personally care for the increased workload that is compromising my work life/personal life balance. Management has to have more realistic expectations as to this role. This role is a remote position in Florida and most management at the main office do not have a real sense of what takes place on a daily basis.