Questions and Answers about Freedom Mortgage Corporation

Here's what people have asked and answered about working for and interviewing at Freedom Mortgage Corporation.

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What is the interview process like?


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A joke, one interview they barely had relevant questions to ask. When asked questions they could not answer them in an educated manner

Answered - Loan Specialist (Former Employee) - Columbia, MD

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The interview process was fine. It was with a temp service.

Answered - Service Help Desk Representative (Former Employee) - Mount Laurel, NJ

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They tell you very vaguely what you'll be doing. Mine went quick because like others I was a friend of a friend.

Answered - Collateral Specialist (Former Employee) - Mt. Laurel, NJ

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Not so demanding. However, the key requirements are simple. If you enjoy talking/meeting new people, always energetic, and trainable.You have the tools for a future in Freedom Mortgage.

Answered - Senior Sales Agent (Former Employee) - Newark, NJ

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I was hired through a third party contract agency, so I wasn't privy to their interview process. Seeing how the company operates, I am sure it's not short from being unprofessional and disorganized.

Answered - Supervisor- Correspondence and Research (Former Employee) - Ft. Washington, PA

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Interviewed by more than one person, sort of like a tag team

Answered - Processor (Current Employee) - Moorestown, NJ

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What they tell you at the interview is far from the truth. Once you are hired and on the floor be prepared for a shock.

Answered - Sr. Loan Specialist (Current Employee) - Moorestown, NJ

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Extensive and long waits on results

Answered - Level 3 DE Remote Underwriter (Valid) (Frontend) (Current Employee) - New York, NY

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The interview process is based upon experience and the need of the job.

Answered - Disappointed Employee (Former Employee) - Jacksonville, FL

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I was told that I would interview with several managers before being hired; interviewed with only one person on 12/31/15. Hired without any FBI fingerprinting, drug tests, etc. This was foreign to me since my background was in banking. Training began 1/18/16 and Trainer told me there would be very few people in that class if fingerprinting and drug tests occurred.

Answered - Customer Care Representative (Former Employee) - Fishers, IN

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