Mortgage Banker Intern

Position Type:
0 - 1
Salary Range:
$10.00 Hourly
Mortgage Banker Intern
Temecula, CA
Envoy Mortgage, a leader in the real estate finance industry, is a full-service mortgage bank that offers in-house expertise in many areas of mortgage lending. Licensed to lend in 48 states across the United States, our branches offer a full menu of loan products and knowledge and expertise for all areas of the residential mortgage lending industry. Envoy's technology enables the company to maintain a completely paperless, in-house origination process, reducing costs and improving efficiencies.
Envoy Mortgage is looking for a highly motivated intern to learn the mortgage business in the Temecula, CA branch office. We are looking for energetic, dynamic candidates who want to learn about the real estate business from the ground up. This is a great entry level role to learn the business and become part of a winning team that provides exceptional service to its customers.
Principal Responsibilities:
Learn the business of real estate through making contacts and developing relationships.
Facilitate and build sales for a top rate local mortgage banker.
Work as part of a team to develop skills in lead generation to help connect individuals with real estate agents in the area.
Key Qualifications:
Phenomenal phone skills is a must
Current university student, entry level graduate, or less than 1 year in the mortgage or real estate industry
Strong aspiration to learn about the real estate and mortgage industry
Outgoing, friendly, motivated personality
This position is temporary and may be part-time or full-time depending on business needs.
Base Pay: $10 per hour plus bonus based on results.
If interested, please send your updated resume to HR@envoymortgage.com.

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