Foreclosure associate i (3158) in Lewisville, TX at Mr. Cooper

Date Posted: 7/30/2018

Job Snapshot

  • Employee Type:
    Full-Time
  • Job Type:
  • Experience:
    Not Specified
  • Date Posted:
    7/30/2018

Job Description



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ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS
Maintain attorney communication via phone, email, and Black Knight LoanSphere .
Responsible for timely processing of activities & responsiveness of alerts to ensure Foreclosure Timeline Management is met.

Meet requirements/goals set forth for turn over ratio, FNMA timeline completion, milestone tracking exceptions, avoidable delays, and pull through rate.
Minimize losses through management of attorney to ensure Foreclosure process is consistently progressing.
Ensure accounts are properly documented with actions taken, correspondence, and explanation of delay, if any.
Ensure compliance with all state and investor requirements.
Communicate with, assist, and manage offshore personnel to effectively service loans in the assigned portfolio.


Portfolio Management may include:
Maintain average CAPES assigned by state, attorney firm or term digit
Communicate with other departments and/or local counsel for outstanding items.

EDUCATION / EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS
Graduation from a 4-year college or university with major course work in a discipline related to the requirements of the position is preferred. Will consider the equivalent combination of job experience & education that demonstrates the ability to perform the essential functions of this job.
Proficiency with Black Knight Loan Sphere/LSAMS preferred
1+ years of mortgage servicing default/foreclosure experience



Job Requisition ID:

3158

Job Category:

Servicing

Primary Location City:

Lewisville

Primary Location Region:

Texas

Primary Location Postal Code:

75067

Primary Location Country:

United States of America

Posting Organization:

Mr. Cooper

Line of Business:

Servicing

Additional Posting Location(s):


Alternate Requisition:

No