Archive for the ‘net branch manager’ Category

Texas Net Branch – Loan Officer and Branch Licensing Update

Net Branch¬† Update for Texas – Big changes for mortgage loan officers and branch managers As Texas completes the transition to the NMLS. The Texas Department of Savings and Mortgage Lending issued a statement about the departments new rules for considering information in a loan officers credit report as part of the application process. The […]

Big Changes for Mortgage Net Branch Managers in 2010 – Part 1

The new year brings in big changes for mortgage net branch managers. 2010 will see some of most sweeping changes in our industry. If you are consider joining a mortgage company that offers a net branch opportunity you should be considering these changes before you decide on which company to join. Big Net Worth Change […]

How to successfully apply for a net branch manager position

How to successfully apply for a mortgage net branch manager position. Setting up a net branch means that you are applying to be hired by a company as a manager. As small independent¬† shops are are forced to close or merge with larger operations and FHA becomes more important you will see it become harder […]

Part 2 – FHA Net Branch Opportunities – are they all the same?

In the last post we covered broker vs. lender for FHA loans. Now let’s take a look at the next items on the list of important criteria you should consider if you are considering a net branch opportunity and intend to originate FHA loans. FHA originated using the corporate address or the branches? Corporate processing […]

Important questions to ask when looking for a net branch company (part 2)

In the previous post we looked at the common questions everyone asks. “What are your net branch fees and how long will it take to get approved?” I speak to people everyday that are looking for a mortgage branch partnership. Many times the key questions are not asked. The questions that I think are important […]