Policy Processor (Former Employee), Dallas, TX – May 20, 2015
I enjoyed my duties and had no problem taking on extra task or helping out a co-worker. Unfortunately almost all of the people that worked primarily in my same department always has something negative to say about someone else, especially the manager. I think because the enviornment was so strict and uptight it kind of made the employees that way to. Other than certain people it was a great place.
Perform credit and property analysis on conventional loan files submitted within the time frame established by departmental management. Adequately and effectively explain in written and verbal form the – more... decision reached in a manner that will maintain a positive relationship with all customers. Analyze challenging loan packages to render sound credit solutions. Perform timely reviews of conditions submitted, as well as loan resubmissions. Handle more complex transactions, higher loan amounts, and self-employed Maintain quality and production standards as defined by the company – less
I enjoyed working for Title Resource Group. Very family oriented Company, addressed employee concerns, great Team Players.
Title Examiner (Former Employee), Mount Laurel, NJ – October 26, 2014
Pros: hour lunch, great benefits, great communication with team players and management
Cons: industry became shaky due to reduction of refinances
I typically reviewed 10-12 title searches daily, identified encumbrances and exceptions based on searches, created title commitments reflecting open mortgages, liens and encumbrances, communicated with – more... Lenders regarding any Curative issues required to be addressed prior to Closing. My Team Players were a delight to work with. The hardest part of the job was ensuring all issues were addressed in a timely manner in order for Closings to occur. The most enjoyable aspect of the job was the satisfaction of completing tasks accurately and providing Lenders with the necessary documentation in order to provide a smooth experience for Borrowers. – less
Imaging Associate Specialist/ Data Entry Workflow (Former Employee), Mount Laurel, NJ – July 14, 2014
The typical at work resulted in a full production of work; Very little down time but overall a successful day. I learned at my time working at TRG how to balance both work and a lifestlye. i learned how – more... to keep up a full time job without getting to overwhelmed of being at a desk for a certain period of time. Co-workers were very hard working and driven as a team instead of operating as individuals. The hardest part of this job was not having enough overtime but the most enjoyable part was being able to converse and ask questions about what to do without any negative feedback. – less
Business Development Manager (Former Employee), Mt. Laurel, NJ – April 14, 2014
Responsible for ensuring the highest standard of customer service for all clients. Successfully transitioned all new clients from pilot to contract while meeting and exceeding expectations. Effectively – more... acted as the voice of all business units when integrating with technology and provided solutions that increased allocation of orders from clients. The most enjoyable part of my job was to see the growth and to build relationships with my counterparts. – less
Closing Agent (Former Employee), Mount Laurel, NJ – March 31, 2014
Pros: great pay and benefits, unlimited over time, fast paced
Cons: company unprofessional, did lay offs very often, did not provide proper job training
Prepared HUD 1 Settlement Statments from scratch, constantly communicating with lender to make any changes or corrections until HUD is correct. Send HUD and all other closing documents to borrower or emailed – more... to a notary. Took phone calls during the signing if anyone had any questions. After signing, reviewing documents when they returned to our office. Making sure they were correct, rescheduled closing if any documents needed to be resigned. Once all documents were finally corrected, funding the loans. This is all being done for 30-40 loans a day. Very fast pace job, which is not a problem. Hardest part of the job was not being properly trained to to all of the different functions. – less