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This Remote Mortgage Loan Analyst Job With AmeriSave Comes With Benefits

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Mortgage loans must go through a lot of steps before a borrower can open the door and step into their new home. AmeriSave Mortgage is looking for a mortgage loan analyst to help them accurately and swiftly complete those steps.

In this job, you’d be working with a lot of data that needs to be accurate, so it’s the perfect gig for those who are detail-oriented and who have probably been told they are perfectionists. 

This is a remote position that comes with a full benefits package. 

Mortgage Loan Analyst at AmeriSave Mortgage

Responsibilities include:

  • Inputting sales contract information to the system.
  • Moving files from sales through to closing.
  • Adding data into basic documents such as tax certificates, homeowners insurance and payoff.
  • Matching names, addresses, accounts and balances on documents and inputting them into the system.
  • Identifying, separating, and labeling documents uploaded by borrowers.

Applicants for this position must have:

  • Attention to detail with exceptional organizational skills.
  • Ability to pivot quickly while working in a fast-paced environment.
  • Ability to handle a high-volume workload by multi-tasking.
  • Fast typing speed with high accuracy.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
  • Experience working in the mortgage industry preferred.

Benefits include:

  • Health, dental and vision benefits.
  • Supplemental insurance.
  • 401(k).
  • Gym membership.

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Tyler Omoth is a contributor to The Penny Hoarder.