Pros: salary, location, parking, 401k
Cons: opportunity for advancement
Colliers is a very innovative place to work. I manage a portfolio of more than $580 million in loan volume for 17 Life Insurance Correspondent Lenders.
I am responsible for assisting the Closing Coordinator with loan closings through and after funding, preparing escrow analysis for
new loan closing, collecting and remitting loan payments to the Lenders – more... per the servicing agreement, paying and monitoring
insurance invoices and real estate taxes for servicing portfolios, managing loss drafts, mediating the process between Brokers,
Lenders and Borrowers on Assumptions and Loan Restructures, preparing year-end statements annually, preparing payoff
statements and subsequent satisfaction documents, and performing Notary duties for real estate documents, when required.
Having over 17 years of Capital Markets/ Mortgage Servicing Experience as a Real Estate Professional, I have come to realize that every transaction, telephone call or email conversation is an opportunity for me to add value to Colliers mission of providing the optimum client experience. Realizing that every day is different, I'm up for a challenge to thrive in the excitement that this multifaceted organization has to offer.
The hardest part of my job would be educating the Borrower's on the importance of the Lender insurance policy requirements. Because of the rising cost of insurance, many Borrowers opt to get the required coverage’s, which can make my job very challenging.
The most enjoyable part of my job is having the ability to work with a privilege of working with some of the greatest people in the commercial real estate profession. Every day I am able to deliver a quality product to my Lenders, Borrowers, Brokers and Vendors. I have a strong work ethic and am able to balance multiple tasks on a daily basis.
I am always willing to do that extra mile to get the job done. – less