Founded in 2008, New Penn Financial has become a leading nationwide lender by bringing together expertise, exceptional customer service, and extremely competitive rates on a broad offering of mortgage products (including Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac, Ginnie Mae, HUD, FHA, VA, USDA, and our portfolio products). New Penn is licensed in 48 states plus the District of Columbia.
The Underwriter -(Non-Agency) is responsible for performing a detailed review of residential mortgage loan applications and documentation as submitted to ensure that the loans meet underwriting guidelines as established by New Penn Financial (NPF) and various Non Agency investors. The detailed review of the submission will include reviewing all documentation including but not limited to credit reports, income documentation, asset documentation, collateral, fraud prevention tools and other applicable documentation as required to render a decision. This role is responsible for effectively communicating all lending decisions to appropriate parties as defined by New Penn Funding procedures and process Adverse Action Notices, where applicable.
New Penn Financial has become a leading nationwide mortgage lender because we have the expertise, the product solutions and competitive pricing talented individuals expect. We maintain a favorable reputation because we deliver exceptional customer service to our borrowers and clients. Founded in just 2008 as a start-up, we have grown to over 1,800 employees nationwide with over 140 branches, licensed in 48 states. We have earned the recognition of Inc. Magazine’s 500/5000 Lists of Fastest Growing Private Companies, hold a position on Mortgage Executive Magazine’s list of 50 Best Companies to Work For, and regularly appear on the Scotsman Guide list of top lenders, to name a few.
Education and Experience Requirements
Knowledge, Skill and Ability Requirements
New Penn Financial, LLC is an Equal Opportunity Employer and Equal Opportunity Lender.
Visa sponsorship not available for position.