Branch Manager
City Lending Inc3.7
Vienna, VA
Job description

City Lending Inc, a direct mortgage lender headquartered in the DC metro area is seeking an experienced Branch Manager to join the team. The right candidate will oversee branch management, business development, the origination of loans, and relationship management with clients.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities include the following.

  • Onboarding to new hires
  • Provide support and training to new loan officers during transitioning period.
  • Manage team of producing loan officers, build a well-rounded team by hiring, training a strong group personnel (LO, LOA, Loan Processor)
  • Help employees achieve sales goals by leading, training, and motivating them to succeed.
  • Monitor loan quality to ensure it is in alignment with company policies and procedures, and in compliance with state and federal guidelines.
  • Provide training on products updates and new products
  • Review loan scenarios with loan officers and help structure loans according to loan program
  • Handle any problems that arise during the process.
  • Weekly Pipeline management with all loan officers.
  • Effectively communicate with different department managers

Branch Manager qualifications

  • 3yrs – 5yrs of Encompass experience
  • 5yrs – 7yrs in the mortgage industry
  • Advance technical and computer skills
  • Strong knowledge in FHA, Conventional, USDA, and VA.
  • Strong communications skills
  • Licensed loan officer in required states.
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51 to 200

Company Description
City Lending, Inc. was founded by seasoned mortgage professionals who each of carries with them a distinct background and wealth of knowledge. We strive to give our clients the best loan option that fits their needs, because we know that not everyone’s situation is unique. Value Our team, which has grown from 3 to over 130 employees in just three years, understands the value of experienced professionals. We endeavor to create an enjoyable working environment with optimal benefits, so that our talented staff and our deserving customers can continue to thrive. Our City We are an FHA Title II approved mortgage banking and brokerage institution founded in 2013 by seasoned lenders, Jorge Campodonico and Jose Arregoces, who saw a need in the mortgage banking industry for a Latino-owned residential mortgage banking institution. The company expanded to include partners Carmen Membreno and Gustavo Rios the following year, and Erick Rivera in 2015, as both the vision and size of the company grew. City Lending, Inc. has pioneered efforts to streamline the mortgage process from origination to closing, resulting in an expedited and less-stressful loan process for clients. Just three years after its inception.
Company ratings
  • Overall
    3.7
  • Company & Benefits
    3.8 / 5
  • Culture & Values
    3.6 / 5
  • Career Opportunities
    3.1 / 5
  • Work/Life Balance
    3.7 / 5
  • Senior Management
    3.3 / 5
Company reviews
"Avoid City Lending"
Current EmployeeLoan Officer
Basic loans are taking 45-60 days to close. No one knows what the other is doing, disorganized underwriting and processing is a disappointment. Avoid.
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"Poor management, no job security, rude manager in Accounting Department"
Current EmployeeAccountant
The Accounting Department sucks. The controller manages the Accounting Department who doesn't understand day to day accounting. She is also very rude.

"Why Underwriters leaving."
Former EmployeeUnderwriter
The owners need to realize why all the underwriters are quitting. If the owners would look and realize the person that pushed us out the door. not just one, not just 2. To the owners how many underwriters have left and now you need to ask yourself why
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Cons:

"Average"
Current EmployeeSenior Underwriter
This company has a lot of growing to do, I work a lot of overtime and I am not getting compensated for it. I do work from home so it makes it easier to deal with the overtime but I don't feel that it is appropriate that I don't get compensated for it.