Loan Officer – 2% Commission (Must have 1 year experience) job – Michigan Mutual Inc. – Woodbridge, NJ

Loan Officer – 2% Commission (Must have 1 year experience)

Michigan Mutual Inc.

Woodbridge, NJ

Commission

Loan Officer earn up to 2% per deal !

Michigan Mutual Mortgage is looking for a Loan Officers that must have at least one year experience for their NJ locations. We are looking for hard working individuals with realtor contacts and good loan volume. The compensation is up to 2%

We have the most aggressive guidelines available; direct Fannie, Freddie and Ginnie.

Must have at least one year loan officer experience to apply.

Michigan Mutual Mortgage niches:

  • Conventional Purchase; no sourcing or seasoning of any funds (100% gift is okay!)
  • One year self-employed 2016 tax return program (we do not require 2015)
  • 21 day guaranteed purchase closings!
  • FHA Purchase/Refi down to 580.

Mark Toth

Branch Manager

Michigan Mutual Inc.

44 Princeton Ave Brick, NJ 08724

800-363-4221

732-492-8837 Cell

NMLS # 307663

Required experience:

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