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Excellent remote working conditions
Forensic underwriter lead (Former Employee) –  RemoteSeptember 9, 2017
I worked a 3 month remote contract with the Stonehill Group and would gladly work another contract period when available. They provided the necessary training to remotely operate their systems and their IT department was quite helpful.
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It to was a nice place to work,
Quality Control Specialist (Former Employee) –  47 Perimeter East Atlanta GAFebruary 1, 2017
A typical day consisted of opening and sorted documents received.Logging in documents, creating file folders when needed and filing, checking documents for errors, inputting information into system.
Pros
everyone was team players
Cons
none really
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Unprofessional
Processor (Former Employee) –  Sandy Springs, GAMarch 15, 2016
Wasn't even a job a pit stop. No traning only pushed quantity not quality do to this loss any investors. Team leads didnt know how to train and were belittling and condescending to individuals. The turn over was the highest i had ever seen and from owner on down didn't care. All beware and do your homework before applying.
Pros
None
Cons
None
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This not a place for advancement
Quality Control Servicing Auditor (Former Employee) –  Sandy Springs, GAJanuary 14, 2016
This company is a good for a pit stop while you continue to look for a successfully career. There is no training, training was a half a day with an employee who had no full knowledge of how mortgage servicing works. There is no training of their systems and not enough information from client system to conduct a proper audit. Management is under trained as well. The turnover rate is very high. In all departments. There is no advancement opportunities and honestly there is no desire to advance within the company. The HR department are very slow when it comes to information and other company information including benefits. Benefits are not worth looking at. Management doesn't want you to talk but will yell across the floor on a daily basis. The company is in strong new of a makeover from top to bottom.
Pros
close to the mall
Cons
healthcar, training
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Productive,good environment and access to the gym along with a Exercising Company Coach.
Senior Post Closing Auditor/QC Processor Review (Former Employee) –  Sandy Springs, GADecember 17, 2013
My typical day and what I have learned consist of the following:

Review and audit in a fast paced environment 25-40 + loan files for numerous investors upon completion and accuracy; verifying all requested items are valid and stipulations are met
Excellent communication skills(written, verbal, organizational and planning)with all involved parties to obtain documentation required to clear exceptions on loans made by the Underwriter
Review conventional, VA& FHA insuring for compliance with federal, state, and company laws and policies
Working knowledge of business mathematics utilizing automated financial and or loan tracking systems
Order appraisal, Flood, Title and escalate any issues that impact a loan transaction.
Obtain review and fulfill the Refinance & Purchase Advices from the investor(s)
Assist with other aspects of the post-closing process on an as-needed basis. Management and co-workers were pretty much the standard. However, the hardest part of the job was knowing even when they applaud me for my due diligence or while taken on my co-workers work load successfully as a team effort, eventually my department were laid off due to an economy budget cut. The most enjoyable part of my job is having a job, being able to work independently, always striving successfully,helping out my team and various departments. Also, it made my day to multi-task and my Supervisor and VP would give me special projects to work on just by the quality of my work. Basically, when you're able to take on the task it can help build up the companies marketability and it makes me feel
  more... great that I can appeal to the company under an incredible microscopic manner.  less
Pros
Flexible, Forth right, Benefits in the second term.
Cons
Healthcare, loss of investors, layoff
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