California net branch opportunities are available for top producers, call today 877-889-7474
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(PRWEB) August 27, 2013
The fastest growing mortgage consulting company has just signed another deal to recruit more top mortgage loan officers and brokers to open new locations. The California net branch opportunities being offered are from mortgage lenders looking to gain momentum on the purchase market. There are many new mortgage lending laws to contend with, and many new one on the way come January 1 2014. These new laws and regulations have many individuals believing there will be big changes in the mortgage industry. Many small to midsize brokers will be looking to join mortgage banking companies as employees to avoid the new commission restrictions, as well as new capital requirements. This has many mortgage bankers out to find these producers and bring them under a lending platform. AnikimCreditCorp.com has the task of finding them, and recruiting producing licensed professionals to work with a large lender.
The earlier versions of legislation had focused primarily on compensation to “mortgage brokers,” which is consistent with existing HOEPA, and the Dodd-Frank Act refers to compensation to “mortgage originators,” a term that is defined in detail elsewhere in the statute to include individual loan officers employed by both creditors and brokers, in addition to the brokers themselves. The Dodd-Frank Act substantially expanded the scope of compensation included in points and fees for both the qualified mortgage and high-cost mortgage points and fees limits. In addition to compensation paid to mortgage brokerage firms and individual brokers, points and fees also includes compensation paid to other mortgage originators, including employees of a creditor (i.e., loan officers). In a concurrent proposal published elsewhere in today’s Federal Register, the Bureau proposed one alternative which would permit loan originator compensation to be netted against other upfront charges paid by the consumer and one that would not. Many of the new changes are still unclear, and how they are going to enforce them. To read more about the new laws going into effect January 1 2014, or to view laws already in place visit, http://www.consumerfinance.gov/. To find out about new California net branch opportunities offered by the mortgage contact them directly at 877-889-7474.
The mortgage consulting experts work with their mortgage banking partners to assist in opening new branch locations in California. The firm recruits only the top mortgage loan officers for the new locations California net branches. Many direct lenders are also hiring virtual loan officers to work from home or out in the field. The mortgage consultant recruits most of the candidates online by using the top internet marketer from Knackmedia.com to help rank for multiple mortgage related key phrases. The company also uses Social media, video campaigns, and mortgage banking forums to assist the company to help with acquiring new clients. The consulting firm is actively looking for those looking for mortgage net branch opportunities everywhere in the county to partner them with one the firm’s direct lenders. The company continues its expansion online and throughout the mortgage community looking for qualified candidates. To learn more about the firm, or the services they provide, contact the company directly and speak with an acquisition executive. Interested parties can also visit one of the company’s Facebook pages here, https://www.facebook.com/KevinLeonardMortgageExpert
About the company: AnikimCreditCorp.com was started after the mortgage crisis to help struggling loan officers and net branches find mortgage banks that were able to sustain through the tough times. Since then the company has built relationships with banks and brokers throughout the county and helps place mortgage loan officers with job and branch opportunities. The company also helps connect some of their banker clients with the top scratch and dent loan buyer to help clear warehouse lines.
Contact: Mason Baxter