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Regions Bank Is Hiring a Loan Fulfillment Processor (Experience Required)

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Regions Bank is looking for a loan fulfillment processor to validate information and data before submitting loans for underwriting. This is an essential job that keeps the loan process moving forward to hit those ever-so-important closing dates. 

This work-from-home position comes with a full package of benefits. Because you would be working with confidential information, you’ll need to have a nice, private spot to work free of noise and distractions. 

Loan Fulfillment Processor II at Regions Bank

Responsibilities include:

  • Verifying data on loan files and loan applications by communicating with customers. 
  • Collecting and reviewing documentation as needed by the underwriter.
  • Communicating with the mortgage loan officer and mortgage loan coordinator during the process for status updates and possible issues.
  • Updating loan status updates every three business days.
  • Ordering third-party documentation as needed for final loan approval.
  • Submitting completed files to underwriting in time to make the closing date of the loan..

Applicants for this position must have:

  • High school diploma or GED.
  • Four or more years of experience processing mortgages.
  • Knowledge of automated underwriting systems (AUS) and guidelines.
  • Experience with Microsoft Office Suite.

Benefits include:

  • Health, dental, vision, life and disability insurance.
  • 401(k).
  • Volunteer time-off.
  • Paid time off.
  • Parental leave.
  • Adoption assistance.

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Tyler Omoth is a contributor to The Penny Hoarder.