Loan Servicing Analyst

United states, Columbia
21 days ago
MATRIX Resources
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Job Title: Loan Servicing Analyst Job Location: Columbia, MD 21045 Job Type: 03 Months Contract to Hire Pay Rate: $20-22/Hr Remote Work: Temporary remote till COVID restrictions. Responsibilities: Responsible for processing routine to moderately complex transactions or reconcilements relating to loan or security payments. Providing remittance and correction information to servicers. Monitoring of pooled loans to determine non-compliance, communication of information to investors. Evaluate servi...Read more

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