If you were to leave Neighborhood Assistance Corp. of America, what would be the reason?
NACA runs off of underpaid and overworked employees. You're micromanaged and barely have any time outside of work. Your forced to work their "achieve the dream events " from 8 am to "until" literally sitting completing interviews with people for 16 hours a day. If you miss a lunch break then you missed it but they will add it to your time sheet. NACA has a great mission but is a rotten place to work.
What tips or advice would you give to someone interviewing at Neighborhood Assistance Corp. of America?
Just don't, even do it ! Very unprofessional and they have a bait and switch operation going on .
What questions did they ask during your interview at Neighborhood Assistance Corp. of America?
Asks you about predatory lending and questions pertaining to the market crash.. typical stuff but focused on the consumer's protection and caring about the ''little man''.
What is the vacation policy like at Neighborhood Assistance Corp. of America? How many vacation days do you get per year?
I dont remember taking any vacations
If you were in charge, what would you do to make Neighborhood Assistance Corp. of America a better place to work?
Change leadership. A CEO with compassion for the people that make the mission happen would be a great place to start. A living wage should be mandatory as you most likely will not make what they told you in the interview. Shameful to pay a max of less than $1,000 per closed loan, after they’ve done the work of counselor, processor, and junior underwriter for EVERY file they work on.
Is it very hard to earn commissions consistently each month? How long does it take an MLO to reach that point (already licensed).
Yes. You will need to qualify candidates in order to receive commission or close a deal. In the NACA world that can take months or even years. It’s a numbers game.