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Company Overview of Ditech Financial LLC

Company Overview

Ditech Financial LLC, a mortgage company, lends and services residential mortgages. It offers a range of purchase loan options, including fixed rate, adjustable rate, jumbo, FHA, and VA loans. The company also partners with financial institutions nationwide providing capital market expertise. It offers residential mortgage products through a team of home loan specialists. Ditech Financial LLC was formerly known as Green Tree Servicing LLC and changed its name to Ditech Financial LLC in August 2015. The company was founded in 1975 and is based in Fort Washington, Pennsylvania with locations across the United States. Ditech Financial LLC operates as a subsidiary of Walter Investment Management.

Ditech Financial LLC, a mortgage company, lends and services residential mortgages. It offers a range of purchase loan options, including fixed rate, adjustable rate, jumbo, FHA, and VA loans. The company also partners with financial institutions nationwide providing capital market expertise. It offers residential mortgage products through a team of home loan specialists. Ditech Financial LLC was formerly known as Green Tree Servicing LLC and changed its name to Ditech Financial LLC in August 2015. The company was founded in 1975 and is based in Fort Washington, Pennsylvania with locations across the United States. Ditech Financial LLC operates as a subsidiary of Walter Investment Management Corp.

1100 Virginia Drive

Fort Washington, PA 19034

Key Executives for Ditech Financial LLC

President of Green Tree

President of Servicing and Originations

Executive Vice President

Executive Vice President

Executive Vice President and Director

Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2016.

Ditech Financial LLC Key Developments

Freddie Mac Seeks Loan Auction

Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation (OTCPK:FMCC) announced a $1.1 billion non-performing loan transaction, an auction of seasoned non-performing residential whole loans. The non performing loans are currently serviced by Wells Fargo Bank, National Association or Ditech Financial LLC. Bids are due from qualified bidders on September 29, 2016. The sales are expected to settle in December 2016. The non-performing loans are offered as one pool. Advisors to Freddie Mac on the transaction are Wells Fargo Securities, LLC and First Financial Network, Inc.

Ditech Financial LLC to Lay Off 65 Employees at Regional Office in Greensboro

Ditech Financial LLC to lay off 65 employees at its regional office in Greensboro. The reason of the layoff is the closure of its 7031 Albert Pick Road office in a WARN (worker adjustment and retraining notification) filing.

Ditech Financial LLC Hires Brad Goedken as Chief Information Officer for Originations, Capital Markets and Corporate Systems

Ditech Financial LLC has hired Brad Goedken as Chief Information Officer for Originations, Capital Markets and Corporate Systems responsible for overseeing the company’s aggressive technology agenda and planned upgrades. Goedken has significant experience in mortgage technology and most recently served as Chief Technology Officer for Sun Trust Mortgage where he worked to transform the originations platforms while achieving TRID compliance and established a digital mobile mortgage experience for Sun Trust clients.

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Consumer Experience for Paramount Equity Mortgage, LLC – BBB serving Northeast California #home #refinance #loans


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Paramount Equity Mortgage, LLC

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John O’Brien, Register of the Essex Southern District Registry of Deeds, is the kind of man that the great English statesman Edmund Burke was talking about when he said: “The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing.”; I commend Register O’Brien for drawing a line in the sand and for refusing to record fraudulent documents in his registry that will inevitably lead to the devaluation and theft of his constituents’ properties.

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Sarah Palin’s Arizona Home Purchase Clouded
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Montgomery County Pennsylvania – Nancy J. Becker and MERS

it is hereby ORDERED that Defendants’ Motion is DENIED

This landmark decision handed down on June 30, 2014 by the Honorable J. Curtis Joyner of the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania is stunning in its scope and clarity. I am pleased and proud to have contributed to this litigation as Nancy Becker, Recorder of Deeds’, expert.

REGISTER JOHN O’BRIEN CALLS ON COURT FOR RESTITUTION ON BEHALF OF THE HOMEOWNERS OF ESSEX COUNTY; OFFERS NATIONAL SOLUTION TO PUBLIC LAND RECORDS CRISIS – January 15, 2013

On the heels of a guilty plea by DocX founder and president Lorraine Brown, to mail and wire fraud, in the Federal Court in Jacksonville, Florida, Massachusetts Southern Essex County, Register of Deeds John O’Brien has filed an affidavit and a request for restitution on behalf of the citizens of his district. DocX was one of the largest mortgage related document preparers in the country representing a number of the major banks.
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Henrietta EATON vs. FEDERAL NATIONAL MORTGAGE ASSOCIATION – SJC-11041 – June 22, 2012

REQUIRED READING: Marie McDonnell’s Supplemental Brief in EATON vs. FANNIE MAE

Supplemental Brief in the Eaton v. Fannie Mae case which was filed 1/30/2012 with the SJC

Marie McDonnell Commends Attorney General Martha Coakley’s Lawsuit Against Banks and MERS

MASSACHUSETTS ATTORNEY GENERAL – Martha Coakley

Five National Banks Sued by AG Coakley in Connection with Illegal Foreclosures and Loan Servicing

HENRIETTA EATON vs. FEDERAL NATIONAL MORTGAGE ASSOCIATION
SJC-11041

Supreme Judicial Court and Appeals Court of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts
Case Docket and Amicus Brief.

Study: Invalid mtg. assignments found
22News I-Team Investigation

Ruling by state’s highest court could provide boost for those fighting eviction

By Jenifer B. McKim, Globe Staff
Boston Globe

Coakley steps up probe into foreclosure fraud

“We have made clear that Massachusetts will not sign on to any global agreement with the banks if it includes a comprehensive liability release regarding securitization and the MERS conduct”
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“I think this sends a message loud and clear to banks that Massachusetts will hold them accountable”
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“If the American people ever allow private banks to control the issue of their currency, first by inflation, then by deflation, the banks and corporations that will grow up around them will deprive the people of all property until their children wake up homeless on the continent their fathers conquered. The issuing power should be taken from the banks and restored to the people, to whom it properly belongs.”

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Paramount Equity Mortgage, LLC Review – Mortgage Brokers in Roseville, CA – BBB Business Review


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BBB Accreditation

A BBB Accredited Business since

BBB has determined that Paramount Equity Mortgage, LLC meets BBB accreditation standards. which include a commitment to make a good faith effort to resolve any consumer complaints. BBB Accredited Businesses pay a fee for accreditation review/monitoring and for support of BBB services to the public.

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Reason for Rating

Factors that raised the rating for Paramount Equity Mortgage, LLC include:

  • Length of time business has been operating
  • Complaint volume filed with BBB for business of this size
  • Response to 58 complaint(s) filed against business
  • Resolution of complaint(s) filed against business

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58 complaints closed with BBB in last 3 years | 34 closed in last 12 months

Government Actions

Paramount Equity Mortgage, LLC – The Department of Business Oversight
Date of Action: 11.05.2016
The following describes a pending government action that has been formally brought by a government agency but has not yet been resolved. We are providing a summary of the government s allegations, which have not yet been proven:

On May 11, 2016 the California Department of Business Oversight issued an Accusation against Paramount Equity Mortgage, LLC seeking that monetary penalties be imposed upon the company for engaging in residential mortgage loan servicing without first added residential mortgage loan servicing authority to their license.

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BBB has nothing to report concerning Paramount Equity Mortgage, LLC s advertising at this time.

Additional Information

BBB file opened: февраля 02, 2004 Business started: 09.03.2003 in CA Business incorporated 08.05.2011 in CA

Licensing, Bonding or Registration

This business is in an industry that may require professional licensing, bonding or registration. BBB encourages you to check with the appropriate agency to be certain any requirements are currently being met.

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Department of Business Oversight
1515 K St. Suite 200, Sacramento CA 95814
http://www.dbo.ca.gov
Phone Number: (866) 275-2677
The number is 4170047.

Type of Entity

Limited Liability Company (LLC)

Business Management

Mr. Matthew Murray, Chief Marketing Officer Mr. Hayes Barnard, Founder Mr. Mike Berte, President Mr. Matt Dawson, VP of Mortgage Operations Mr. David Lippe, Vice President Ms. Michele Magee, Chief Marketing Officer Mr. Narish Parsad, Marketing

Contact Information

Principal: Mr. Matthew Murray, Chief Marketing Officer

Business Category

Mortgage Brokers Mortgage Lender Real Estate Real Estate Services Loans Real Estate Loans

Service Area

BBB serving northeast California is the HQ BBB for Paramount Equity Mortgage. Complaints are referred to them for processing. The company is currently doing business in Oregon, Washington, California, Arizona, Virginia and Utah.

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Carrington Property Services, LLC #20 #year #mortgage


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Maximizing Asset Values Returns

Carrington Property Services, LLC, is a provider of real estate marketing and management services for institutional property owners.

Asset Management

Backed by more than a decade of distressed property management experience, the Asset Management team of Carrington Property Services (CPS) specializes in the management and disposition of REO portfolios. Read more.

Rental Management

To make the most of what this market has to offer, rental owners need to have a trusted advisor in their court – someone who understands from real experience what needs to be done to preserve their assets and maximize their return. That’s precisely what they get when they turn to Carrington Property Services (CPS). Read more.

Valuation Services

Carrington Price Pointe (CPP), a division of Carrington Property Services, LLC, is focused on providing diligence and valuation services to the mortgage and residential real estate investment industries. We focus on the unique needs of our clients while leveraging our years of experience to create innovative solutions.Read more.

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Carrington Mortgage Services, LLC Employee Reviews

Branch Manager (Current Employee) Murrieta, CA September 9, 2016

I ve been working for Carrington Mortgage for 3 months and couldn t be happier. Management is very supportive and provides the tools required to be successful. The company provides lap tops, cell phone and expense reimbursement. My previous company did not provide any of this. Carrington also pays for continuing education and license renewal; that was a surprise. I m happy with my decision to make the move. The first few weeks were stressful only because their systems and guidelines were different from my previous employer. That s to be expected at any job. I would highly recommend working for Carrington; the programs and tools required to be a success are definitely here.

Compensation, Cost of Health Benefits very low, support from Management

Contractor (Former Employee) Los Angeles, CA August 16, 2016

A few years back I did a contract for compucom for setting up some of their offices. One in downtown LA. The pay was whatever. The IT s or project managers that picked out the equipment did a horrible job. I still had to get their office ready to go in an alotted amount of time.

Ine of their mess up was not enough cabling. There was a no wifi policy for specific reasons. So I was told by their manager there and her boss over the phone to do what I have to do and I ll get comp d. I shopped around and got all the materials. Cables, connectors, cable management and other materials.

Put in the paperwork right after the job with receipts etc. Denied by the guy that said he d approved them. My recruiter felt bad so he came out of pocket for the $40-60 dollars.

The staff in the room were cool. Some IT are good

Loan Servicing Specialist /collections (Current Employee) Westfield, IN May 12, 2016

Been working here for a while. this company cares nothing about your life. all they care about is. NOTHING. no raises. inconsistent bonus structure. inconsistent policies that are not even across the board. i could go on and on. employees fired because of illness. did I mention there s an ambulance here 2 times a week due to the stress this job places on an individual.

Loan Officer (Former Employee) Jacksonville, FL February 26, 2016

Probably one of the worst company that I ever worked for. The pay plan changed 2 times in a period of 4 months. The Processing Team adds no value whatsoever. Feedback is not allowed by the Management and they don t really care either way. The upper management in California is incompetent and have no idea how the real purchase market works.

CMS will promise you the world and then change all the rules.

Customer Service (Current Employee) Westfield, IN October 12, 2015

The training is crammed into 2 weeks for the minimal amount of information and then throw you to the wolves. The hourly pay is the only thing you can depend on. No Quality Control chart is given but they will base your bonus on this, and no bonus explanation is available either. It is a waste of time talking to management or HR to get answers, as they will just not answer you or give you the run around.If you hired in for Customer Service then be prepared to be collections, Bankruptcy, escrow or anything else. Asking for financials very personal questions to borrowers. Be prepared to share your desk, including all sickness germs. Smile, because they will as they stab you in the back. Oh, don t forget that transferring a call to the correct department is NOT really an option, that dept, isn t willing to take the call. Good luck,
you really are going to need it.

Funder (Current Employee) Westfield August 14, 2015

They recruited me for a year. The first time I didn t get the job because I was told that all the closers would quit if they hired a manager outside of the company. Huge red flag! Next time they were moving offices and were waiting to hire. The last time I decided I would give the company and funder job a try and hated it from the first day. Loan officers were not trained, processors were overworked, doc drawers were struggling, underwriters were forced to get a ton a files approved everyday. All the mistakes, loose ends and issues end up with the funder, which was not in the job description. So many loans were screwed up and no way to fix it at the funding stage- it should have been fixed long before it got to funding. Management bends the Respa rules to fit their needs. No training provided and they are proud of it. Just hire dozens of loan officers and let them call on all the citi, chase and ba loans that were just bought for servicing and see if they can get a refi from the borrower, promise the borrower no costs and then screw up every possible thing on the file and leave it to others to try and save it. I quit after 2 weeks of the most headaches I ve ever had in my life! I ve never seen such incompetence.

Pay and bonus and overtime

Foreclosure Specialist (Current Employee) Santa Ana, CA July 26, 2015

My daily work is combined with a very high volume, fast paced and demanding environment. I must have strong written communications with our national law firms to assist with all inquiries to complete the service assigned to the atty.
My weekly assignments are to touch every file assigned to me and assure I have provided the best service to meet our timelines.

My monthly projects are to assure management and HUD that we accomplish 100% of our given goals.
I have learned how to remember new processes, work in a fast environment, 100% accuracy, and meet given deadlines.

Carrington s management team is excellent. They too are given monthly training tools in which they apply to their individual teams and its working. We are highly motivated to work on behalf of our team leaders.

I have a very strong team. My co-workers work together as a team to help as a whole to assure we meet our given team goals. I love my current team.
The hardest part of my job is learning the 10 states statutes. I have learned if a new question comes up I now know how to find the answer, print and save to the shared folder for the teams future reference.
The most enjoyable part of my job is my team mates and meeting our monthly goals together. My company also offers free learning tutorials, such as resolving conflict, neutralizing a conflicted customer, leadership and management. I love my work environment and look to my future in learning more leadership skills.

Home Retention Specialist (Former Employee) Santa Ana, CA July 22, 2015

I always thought of Carrington as a great compnay and somewhere you can progress in your career. It depends on what manager you get stuck with and if you re male or female. Its a male world in there where only male employees progress unless you re either sleeping with your male boss or you re kissing his butt you will not get anywhere. The compensation was good but truth be told, they never gave me a chance to show what i had, they never allowed me to progress and in the long run, they laid me off because i wasnt pretty enough for the execs there.

you need to be a hot looking female to progress in this compabt

Branch Principle (Current Employee) Springfield, VA May 17, 2015

This company provides a lot of promise and potential, but the execution by those in charge are misguided. They do not evaluate the impact of their decisions on those below them. They want 110% from their staff, but provide them tools that are not up to the task of supporting the level of work they desire.

Moreover, there is a lack of direct training. They have a few highly compensated folks they fly around the country to lecture from fancy power points. However they do not focus on any practically useful training elements.

There are many problems masked by the incredible profit margin on their sub-prime loans. When the profit starts to shrink their error of their ways will be much more visible.

Strong compensation plan


Arbor Commercial Mortgage, LLC: Private Company Information #national #mortgage


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Company Overview of Arbor Commercial Mortgage, LLC

Company Overview

Arbor Commercial Mortgage, LLC operates as a direct commercial real estate finance company in the United States. The company offers debt capital for the purchase, refinance, and construction of commercial real estate properties. It specializes in the loan origination and servicing for multifamily, office, retail, industrial, hotel, self-storage, seniors housing, healthcare, and other commercial real estate assets. The company also manages Arbor Realty Trust, Inc. a real estate investment trust (REIT) to invest in mortgage-related securities, real estate-related bridge, junior participating interests in first mortgages, mezzanine loans, preferred and direct equity investments, discounted mor.

Arbor Commercial Mortgage, LLC operates as a direct commercial real estate finance company in the United States. The company offers debt capital for the purchase, refinance, and construction of commercial real estate properties. It specializes in the loan origination and servicing for multifamily, office, retail, industrial, hotel, self-storage, seniors housing, healthcare, and other commercial real estate assets. The company also manages Arbor Realty Trust, Inc. a real estate investment trust (REIT) to invest in mortgage-related securities, real estate-related bridge, junior participating interests in first mortgages, mezzanine loans, preferred and direct equity investments, discounted mortgage notes, and other real estate related assets. Arbor Commercial Mortgage, LLC was founded in 1983 and is based in Uniondale, New York. It has loan origination, support, and servicing offices in Manhattan Beach, San Francisco, and Long Beach, California; Denver, Colorado; Boston, Massachusetts; Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey; Depew, Uniondale, and New York, New York; Cleveland, Ohio; Oklahoma City, Oklahoma; and Dallas and Plano, Texas. Arbor Commercial Mortgage, LLC is a former subsidiary of Arbor National Holdings.

333 Earle Ovington Boulevard

Uniondale, NY 11553

Key Executives for Arbor Commercial Mortgage, LLC

Founder, Chairman, Chief Executive Officer and President

Chief Financial Officer

Chief Operating Officer

Chief Information Officer and Executive Vice President

Executive Vice President and General Counsel

Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2016.

Arbor Commercial Mortgage, LLC Key Developments

Arbor Commercial Mortgage, LLC Appoints Gregg Aprahamian as Executive Vice President, Human Resources

Arbor Commercial Mortgage, LLC announced the appointment Gregg Aprahamian, Executive Vice President, Human Resources in Arbor’s Uniondale, New York, office. Mr. Aprahamian reports directly to Ivan Kaufman, Arbor’s Chairman and CEO, and is key member of the Executive Leadership team. Mr. Aprahamian has approximately 20 years of experience in Human Resources with special areas of expertise and focus in driving a positive and high performance culture; talent management and acquisition; performance management; employee engagement, learning, development and relations; and sales compensation. He is responsible for leading Arbor’s comprehensive human resources functions and is charged with developing a long-term strategy focused on proactive recruitment, retention and employee development. With Mr. Aprahamian’s leadership, he and the HR team will help enable the creation of a broader talent pipeline and delivery system to sustain the continued growth of Arbor, which is expanding rapidly, growing to nearly 400 employees nationwide through several business lines. Prior to joining Arbor, Mr. Aprahamian most recently was the Senior HR Business Partner for a multi-billion-dollar business group within the Financial & Risk strategic business. In this role, he was accountable for enabling the People agenda for the Americas’ Region.

Arbor Commercial Mortgage, LLC Announces Executive Appointments

Arbor Commercial Mortgage, LLC announced the enhancement of its HUD/FHA Lending Group with the appointment of two highly tenured FHA executives in Jeffrey Allshouse, Senior Vice President of FHA Sales; and Jeffrey Ross, Senior Vice President and Chief Underwriter. Both Mr. Allshouse and Mr. Ross will report directly to John Caulfield, Arbor’s Chief Operating Officer. With more than 30 years of commercial mortgage originations experience, Mr. Allshouse will be responsible for growing Arbor’s nationwide HUD/FHA loan originations platform. Prior to joining Arbor, Mr. Allshouse held senior leadership positions at Prudential Mortgage Capital’s HUD multifamily/healthcare lending unit. More recently, he spearheaded HUD-insured hospital originations at Wells Fargo Multifamily Capital, engaging the firm’s first HUD 242/223f transaction. A 30-year commercial real estate expert, Mr. Ross will be responsible for managing Arbor’s FHA multifamily, seniors housing and healthcare operational staff for Multifamily Accelerated Processing (MAP) and LEAN (seniors housing/healthcare) loan production. He will also supervise the coordination of the Arbor FHA multifamily, seniors housing and healthcare underwriting strategy and the integration of Arbor’s Bridge-to-HUD loan program. Prior to joining Arbor, Mr. Ross worked for Wells Fargo Multifamily Capital, where he was most recently the Director of FHA Screening. Prior to Wells Fargo, he was the Chief Operating Officer and Chief Underwriter for Great Lakes Financial Group, a commercial mortgage lender specializing in FHA and Freddie Mac financing.

Arbor Appoints Collin Downey as Vice President in Irvine, CA, Office

Arbor Commercial Mortgage, LLC announced the appointment of loan originator Collin Downey as Vice President, Sales in the company’s Irvine, CA, office. Mr. Downey reports to Ken Fazio, Senior Vice President, National Production Manager. Mr. Downey will be responsible for originating loans under all of Arbor’s diverse multifamily and commercial product lines, including Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac, FHA, Bridge, CMBS and Mezzanine financing. Prior to joining Arbor, Mr. Downey served as a Senior Loan Officer at Fidelity Commercial Funding.

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Consumer Experience for Paramount Equity Mortgage, LLC – BBB serving Northeast California #mortgage #relief


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Carrington Mortgage Services, LLC Employee Reviews

Branch Manager (Current Employee) Murrieta, CA September 9, 2016

I ve been working for Carrington Mortgage for 3 months and couldn t be happier. Management is very supportive and provides the tools required to be successful. The company provides lap tops, cell phone and expense reimbursement. My previous company did not provide any of this. Carrington also pays for continuing education and license renewal; that was a surprise. I m happy with my decision to make the move. The first few weeks were stressful only because their systems and guidelines were different from my previous employer. That s to be expected at any job. I would highly recommend working for Carrington; the programs and tools required to be a success are definitely here.

Compensation, Cost of Health Benefits very low, support from Management

Contractor (Former Employee) Los Angeles, CA August 16, 2016

A few years back I did a contract for compucom for setting up some of their offices. One in downtown LA. The pay was whatever. The IT s or project managers that picked out the equipment did a horrible job. I still had to get their office ready to go in an alotted amount of time.

Ine of their mess up was not enough cabling. There was a no wifi policy for specific reasons. So I was told by their manager there and her boss over the phone to do what I have to do and I ll get comp d. I shopped around and got all the materials. Cables, connectors, cable management and other materials.

Put in the paperwork right after the job with receipts etc. Denied by the guy that said he d approved them. My recruiter felt bad so he came out of pocket for the $40-60 dollars.

The staff in the room were cool. Some IT are good

Loan Servicing Specialist /collections (Current Employee) Westfield, IN May 12, 2016

Been working here for a while. this company cares nothing about your life. all they care about is. NOTHING. no raises. inconsistent bonus structure. inconsistent policies that are not even across the board. i could go on and on. employees fired because of illness. did I mention there s an ambulance here 2 times a week due to the stress this job places on an individual.

Loan Officer (Former Employee) Jacksonville, FL February 26, 2016

Probably one of the worst company that I ever worked for. The pay plan changed 2 times in a period of 4 months. The Processing Team adds no value whatsoever. Feedback is not allowed by the Management and they don t really care either way. The upper management in California is incompetent and have no idea how the real purchase market works.

CMS will promise you the world and then change all the rules.

Customer Service (Current Employee) Westfield, IN October 12, 2015

The training is crammed into 2 weeks for the minimal amount of information and then throw you to the wolves. The hourly pay is the only thing you can depend on. No Quality Control chart is given but they will base your bonus on this, and no bonus explanation is available either. It is a waste of time talking to management or HR to get answers, as they will just not answer you or give you the run around.If you hired in for Customer Service then be prepared to be collections, Bankruptcy, escrow or anything else. Asking for financials very personal questions to borrowers. Be prepared to share your desk, including all sickness germs. Smile, because they will as they stab you in the back. Oh, don t forget that transferring a call to the correct department is NOT really an option, that dept, isn t willing to take the call. Good luck,
you really are going to need it.

Funder (Current Employee) Westfield August 14, 2015

They recruited me for a year. The first time I didn t get the job because I was told that all the closers would quit if they hired a manager outside of the company. Huge red flag! Next time they were moving offices and were waiting to hire. The last time I decided I would give the company and funder job a try and hated it from the first day. Loan officers were not trained, processors were overworked, doc drawers were struggling, underwriters were forced to get a ton a files approved everyday. All the mistakes, loose ends and issues end up with the funder, which was not in the job description. So many loans were screwed up and no way to fix it at the funding stage- it should have been fixed long before it got to funding. Management bends the Respa rules to fit their needs. No training provided and they are proud of it. Just hire dozens of loan officers and let them call on all the citi, chase and ba loans that were just bought for servicing and see if they can get a refi from the borrower, promise the borrower no costs and then screw up every possible thing on the file and leave it to others to try and save it. I quit after 2 weeks of the most headaches I ve ever had in my life! I ve never seen such incompetence.

Pay and bonus and overtime

Foreclosure Specialist (Current Employee) Santa Ana, CA July 26, 2015

My daily work is combined with a very high volume, fast paced and demanding environment. I must have strong written communications with our national law firms to assist with all inquiries to complete the service assigned to the atty.
My weekly assignments are to touch every file assigned to me and assure I have provided the best service to meet our timelines.

My monthly projects are to assure management and HUD that we accomplish 100% of our given goals.
I have learned how to remember new processes, work in a fast environment, 100% accuracy, and meet given deadlines.

Carrington s management team is excellent. They too are given monthly training tools in which they apply to their individual teams and its working. We are highly motivated to work on behalf of our team leaders.

I have a very strong team. My co-workers work together as a team to help as a whole to assure we meet our given team goals. I love my current team.
The hardest part of my job is learning the 10 states statutes. I have learned if a new question comes up I now know how to find the answer, print and save to the shared folder for the teams future reference.
The most enjoyable part of my job is my team mates and meeting our monthly goals together. My company also offers free learning tutorials, such as resolving conflict, neutralizing a conflicted customer, leadership and management. I love my work environment and look to my future in learning more leadership skills.

Home Retention Specialist (Former Employee) Santa Ana, CA July 22, 2015

I always thought of Carrington as a great compnay and somewhere you can progress in your career. It depends on what manager you get stuck with and if you re male or female. Its a male world in there where only male employees progress unless you re either sleeping with your male boss or you re kissing his butt you will not get anywhere. The compensation was good but truth be told, they never gave me a chance to show what i had, they never allowed me to progress and in the long run, they laid me off because i wasnt pretty enough for the execs there.

you need to be a hot looking female to progress in this compabt

Branch Principle (Current Employee) Springfield, VA May 17, 2015

This company provides a lot of promise and potential, but the execution by those in charge are misguided. They do not evaluate the impact of their decisions on those below them. They want 110% from their staff, but provide them tools that are not up to the task of supporting the level of work they desire.

Moreover, there is a lack of direct training. They have a few highly compensated folks they fly around the country to lecture from fancy power points. However they do not focus on any practically useful training elements.

There are many problems masked by the incredible profit margin on their sub-prime loans. When the profit starts to shrink their error of their ways will be much more visible.

Strong compensation plan


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