Producing Branch Manager

Company Name:
Waterstone Mortgage Corporation
Producing Branch Manager
Waterstone Mortgage Corp. has maintained a reputation for exceptional service and competitive mortgage financing since our inception in 2000. Since then, we've grown to one of the largest mortgage lenders in the country with more than 716 employees with 73 branches across the US.
We are a wholly owned subsidiary of WaterStone Bank SSB (NASDAQ: WSBF) with assets of more than $1.8 billion. With this structure, we are able to offer all of the benefits of an independent mortgage banker, as well as the portfolio products of a bank.

Waterstone Mortgage offers the products & pricing you need to stay competitive:
Purchase driven organization that understands the importance of closing loans on time, because your realtor referral partners and clients expect it.
Construction Lending
Doctor Progam and other Bank Portfolio Products
High volume ($1.8 billion in 2013) ensures competitive pricing
Top 100 lenders in the US "Mortgage Executive Magizine January 2014"
Fannie/Freddie/Ginnie Mae seller/servicer approved to reduce investor overlays
Consistently adding new loan programs, including jumbo programs to keep you competitive in the market.
Ownership by state-chartered bank allows for many state licensing exemptions
Multi-state lending available
Full-service banker/Option to broker
Purchase focused with many strategic realtor partnerships and marketing agreements makes for a very stable organization.
Plus the support you need to be successful:
Aggressive compensation model
Team concept model to help you produce more with less administrative work
In-house underwriting, funding, and processing
Internally managed appraisal desk
Scenario desk available for guideline assistance
Internal training support
Leads available to supplement your existing business
Loan Sifter for best execution pricing
National disclosure desk handles all disclosing activity
State-of-the-art technology allows remote access to all systems
Management support to express your needs and opinions
Extensive marketing support
Personalized branch and individual websites provided at no cost
Full benefits package - 401(k) available

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