(PRWEB) October 16, 2013
The recruiting firm AnikimCreditCorp.com has been very busy, and the last quarter of 2013 looks to be a good end to the company’s year. The company just added another key direct lender as a client, making their ability to place branches and loan officers even easier. The newest relationship is a lender with licensing in 48 states, and the lender is looking for mortgage professionals to open new branches and independent loan officers to work the purchase market. The firm has been adding new lending partners on a consistent basis and a spokesperson for the company stated “If we’re not recruiting for you, we’re probably recruiting from you.” The firm is focused on building relationships with lenders that are either federally chartered banks offering mortgage branching or multi-state direct lenders that are Freddie Mac, Fannie Mae, and Ginnie Mae approved. To find out more about the newest partnership or to speak with a company representative call 877-889-7474 or visit, http://anikimcreditcorp.com
The newest addition to the already growing long list of direct lenders and federally chartered banks has the firm’s business better than ever, a company source stated. The company source went on to say, “We have the ability to help negotiate great pricing for branches, and place loan officers in every state, and we have the top lenders under contract to recruit for them. What could be better.” With the ever changing landscape of the mortgage lending industry many look for some stability and the firm believes they have the secret for long term success for their recruits. They have built relationships with some of the largest and most efficient lenders in the nation. They look to partner with those that are looking to expand in an cautious but steady pace, and have all the tools and technology to assist their employees to be successful. The firm has listed new mortgage branch opportunities and loan officer jobs on the websites job openings page; to view the positions visit the website.
The regulations and laws from the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) have made it difficult for some to enter into the industry. Most professionals in the industry believe this will help keep all individuals participating in loan origination accountable for the work they do. The new laws help to discourage individuals that are not looking to make the mortgage industry a career, and help make sure those originating loans know more of the laws involved. The direct lenders that have made it through the difficult times after the crash are glad that some of the new regulations are in place for hiring loan officers. Everyone has to be given a unique identifier through NMLS and be fingerprinted. Regulators hope the new laws and regulations will help cut down fraud.
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/.
An internet markting company uses the internet to help the firm locate the top producing account executives in the industry. The mortgage firm utilizes Social media websites, video campaigns, and the various mortgage banking forums to help the firm to satisfy the new acquisition of clients for their banking partners. The consulting firm is always actively looking for those looking for mortgage branch opportunities, and partners them with the right bank. 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 talk directly to an account executive. Interested parties can also head over to one of the company’s Facebook pages, https://www.facebook.com/NetBranchMortgageCompanies
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. Former founder of a multi-state mortgage banking platform Kevin Leonard from New World Mortgage, has many relationships with lenders and brokers throughout the county, and helps place mortgage loan officers with jobs and net branch opportunities. The company also helps connect some of their banker clients with scratch and dent loan purchasers to help clear warehouse lines.
Contact: Mason Baxter