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Mortgage Branch Managers

Company Name:
American Financial Network
Seeking Mortgage Branch Managers in VA!
Minimum 3 Years of Mortgage Branch Management Experience
Minimum $1 million per month referral based business
Effective Profit & Loss Managment
Producing or Non-Producing Branch Manager Ok

We offer:
Competitive compensation
Full benefits, Medical, Dental, Vision, Life, 401k
Fannie Mae Seller/Servicer
Ginnie Mae Issuer
USDA and VA Approved

Broad product offering, including:
Jumbos
203(k) rehab loans
Asset-based lending
Foreign National
Construction to perm
Ability to broker when needed
FHA, USDA
Veterans
Conventional
Reverse purchase
Purchase money seconds
Manufactured & Modular
Down payment assistance
State bond programs
Not in all states

Services & Support:

Lending Support
Out-of-state Referral Desk
Scenario Desk
Product and Pricing Engine
Paperless submissions
In-house underwriting UW, Docs and funding with aggressive turn-times.

Full Service Marketing Department
LO websites with full LOS integration
Lead to loan automated campaigns
Loyalty program & Survey
Drip marketing campaigns
CRM with full LOS integration
Marketing service agreements
Promotional items
Marketing summit events

Compliance & Legal Support
2 Staff Attorneys
Notices and updates of changes
Non-QM Lending
Compliance pre-approved marketing

Technology Support
Encompass 360 Banker's Edition
Integrated product & pricing engine
Online Appraisal Platform 3rd party service ordering
Online access to real-time loan status
Paperless submissions
Mortgage app for Apple & Android
E-disclosures
APPLY NOW!
CORP NMLS# 237341 ; Equal Opportunity Employer ; Equal Opportunity Lender
American Financial Network, Inc. 3110 Chino Ave #290, Chino Hills, CA 91709.


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