C&F Bank

Loan Processor

Job Locations US-MD-Waldorf
Posted Date 1 month ago(1/18/2018 12:10 PM)
# of Openings
Loan Processing


Stability, growth, leadership... if you are seeking a future filled with opportunity then we need like to talk with you.  C&F Mortgage is one of the the most successful and well respected mortgage companies in the nation.  Founded in 1995, we have offices through out Virginia and in Southern Maryland and we are growing.  


The Loan Processor is responsible for gathering the documentation necessary to process and obtain mortgage approval and keeping the customers informed on the status of their loan.


This is a position for a career minded team player with GOVERNMENT and CONVENTIONAL experience. Ensure proper forms, disclosures and agency guidelines are met.  We offer competitive pay and EXCELLENT benefits.  


Summary: Verifies, compiles, and enters application information for mortgage loans by performing the following duties.


Reviews residential loan application file to verify that application data is complete and meets establishment standards, including type and amount of mortgage, borrower assets, liabilities, and length of employment.


  • Recommends that loans not meeting standards be denied.
  • Corresponds with credit bureau and employer to verify accuracy of information.
  • Enters or downloads loan application information in database.
  • Calls specified companies to obtain property abstract, survey, and appraisal.
  • Informs supervisor of discrepancies in title or survey.
  • Submits mortgage loan application file for underwriting approval.
  • Creates and mails approval and denial letters to applicants.
  • Submits approved mortgage loan file to Mortgage Loan Closer for settlement.
  • Records data on status of loans.


2-3 Years Residential Mortgage Loan Processing Experience

  • Organization and Thoroughness,
  • Financial, Software, and Documentation Skills,
  • Analyzing information,
  • General math skills,
  • Communication skills and informing others,
  • Reporting and research skills,
  • Financial diagnosis





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