Mortgage Coordinator (Former Employee) – Irvine, CA – June 20, 2018
A typical day at AmeriHome Mortgage as a mortgage coordinator was to get into the office and review any e-mails received from a processor, and/or appraisal company. If there was any appraisal e-mails you would review the e-mail and update any new appraisals received into Encompass. Followed by sending out the appraisal in e-mail to all management, the loan officer on the file, along with the processor. After completing these e-mails you would review all of your processors loans and request any evidence of insurance that was needed, or request any employment verification for any loans that would be going out for signing. Towards the end of my work day I would work on any new files that needed to be pushed to open for our processors. Reviewing any documents received from the borrower, and putting them into the correct e-folder. Requesting any tax transcripts that were needed, ordering title, ordering the appraisal. The most enjoyable part of this job was that I was always busy, and always had something to do and/or help my fellow coworkers with if they needed it. We all got along great, and always handed out a helping hand if and when it was needed.
I'd never recommend this company to anyone looking for advancement or good culture fit in their career. The management team in California and new site in Dallas is very inexperienced and treats their employees unfairly. Culture is very biased and management picks favorites and doesn't seek to develop their personnel, so there's extremely high turn-over each week, if not each day. Please look elsewhere, if you're looking for a great career with a nice company, that's actually dedicated to their people.
Bad cultrure, poor management, no development for staff
This company will hirer Contractors keep them for a year and then hirer new permant employee and let contractors go that knows the process.. Management hirer their friends and let go who they dislike. Training is horrible they do not give you enough time to learn the process The Amerihome way. The CA location is safer to keep a job then the Tx location. Morale is horrible it starts at the top Management is below standards don't care about employees no place to work if you have a family.
Need better hiring process better pay for LRA position
Senior Vice President, Head of Marketing (Current Employee) – Los Angeles, CA – March 21, 2018
Strong executive team, veterans in the mortgage industry, with a clear vision and strategy in mind and being fully transparent with the employees. It's amazing how fast this company has grown in the past 3 years and the future looks really bright. Collaborative work environment where people are supportive of each other and work together to solve problems and to look for solutions to grow the business. Good …
Business Intelligence Engineer (Current Employee) – Woodland Hills, CA – March 5, 2018
Strong executive team, veterans in the mortgage industry, with a clear vision and strategy in mind and being fully transparent with the employees. It's amazing how fast this company has grown in the past 3 years and the future looks really bright. Collaborative work environment where people are supportive of each other and work together to solve problems and to look for solutions to grow the business.
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Irvine, CA – February 21, 2018
The management is poor. They say one thing and do another. I worked there over a year and was promised certain compensation and a promotion and new management came in the csr dept. And neither was fullfilled. I quit and went to a better company that actually honors their word and integrity.
If you like to work mandatory OT on weekdays and weekends with little to no time to enjoy with family, to be lied to and treated as if you do not matter, well this is the job for you. I would not recommend it to anyone that I know.
free lunches, gym access, covered parking
So fast-paced you hardly have time for breaks, low wages but you have mandatory OT all the time, poor management, Dallas office is unequal to CA office, Job culture is posted but no one practices it. You cannot trust anyone to do as they say.
This is a great attempt at success with a total disconnect of reality of the work place.
Underwriter (Former Employee) – Dallas, TX – October 31, 2017
I was always taught to say nothing if it is negative. I can only say Upper Management needs to get in touch and get real Management in place. There is a lot of wolves in sheep clothing in present management that reveal their true self when Upper Management is absent.
Post Closing Specialist (Current Employee) – Dallas-Fort Worth, TX – October 22, 2017
Good place to work. The people are really nice. The work is production driven. They people there really make you feel welcome. Post Closing : Review loan documentation. Ensure loan packages are complete. Input all the data entry for the borrower. Request all missing docs and run compliance to make sure that the property passes all the state laws. Make sure I all my 17 or mores are completed. Funded the loan.
Free Bananas....Poor Management...Countrywide Business Model!
Loan Review Analyst (Former Employee) – Woodland Hills, CA – October 12, 2017
Old system, New system, expectations of the same high numbers/audit reviews, lacking the training time in new system to produce quality audits. Full Time Employees all cheat using shortcuts to meet required goals, but New Hires are Not trained to cheat, and look like fools...Eventually let go!
Very busy at all times. Good atmosphere, and people were friendly.
LOAN REVIEW ANALYST (Former Employee) – Woodland Hills, CA – March 22, 2017
The company is still growing. Management and employees were friendly. The building was new, and had a lot of cubicles and more and more employees were filling up the spaces. Work was constant and very busy. There were not enough hours in the day to complete work sometimes. Overall was decent working there.
Casual Dress Fridays, and would sometime provide lunch for certain business meetings/events.