Closer/Funder /Underwriter (Former Employee) – Vancouver, WA – April 17, 2018
Great Managers and chance to learn different jobs. Busy from the minute you get in. But able to help others if they were overwhelmed. I was able to learn Processing and Underwriting. So that I could take a loan from beginning to end.
Pay changed just when I was able to complete my Underwriting/ Processing Training.
First Horizon was good place to work, but the pay wasnt compative
Loss Mitigation Specialist (Former Employee) – Irving, TX – March 15, 2018
I worked alot of hours, poor training, and the paid wasn't compatible. The company was actually a fun place to work. I taught myself a lot. I had no experience in Mortgage, it was a great learning experience. The Company was productive a long time prior to myself working for them
Processor/Underwriter (Former Employee) – American fork, UT – February 20, 2018
First Horizon home loans was sold to MetLife Home loans which I was working there. In general I liked the company and the other employees, but I don't feel I can recommend some of it's policies or management.
Sr. Relationship Manager (Former Employee) – Spokane, WA – February 20, 2018
my typical day at first horizon was an attempt to help clients and customers of first horizon match their mortgage needs with our products. the days were filled with consistently changing expectations due as I found out later the company being sold
Great place to work. It was my very first job after I arrived in Dallas. I learned to monitor and place customer service calls. Management provided all the tools necessary to assist you in your job. The culture their was easy and relaxed. The hardest part of the job was being required to sit through most of the day. The most enjoyable part was being appreciated for your hard work ethic.
Typical work day can be hectic at First Horizon. Learned project management, VPN technology, PBX installations and maintenance. Management was always fair. Workplace culture professional and diversified. Hardest part of the job the unknown. Most enjoyable when you delivered the solution to the end customer despite all odds.
At tiimes it seemed there your not enough hours in the day to get the work done.