It's no secret today's mortgage lending environment has forced many lenders to reduce their margins in order to stay competitive. While cutting margins allows lenders to remain in business, it means a downsized workforce with less resources available for system administration and project management. The smaller workforce can often unmask several operational and technology inefficiencies which were hidden by a larger workforce.
Today’s successful lenders have realized margins can be restored by taking a look at their technology investments and process improvements. Applying the right technology to the right business process can reduce cycle times and eliminate costly errors, allowing them to do more with less.
J4 Mortgage Solutions, LLC can help mortgage lenders maximize the return on their technology investments by providing custom solutions and project assistance. Contact us today to find out how we can assist your organization.
J4 Mortgage Solutions has experience in working with various institution types and industry service providers. Our experience includes implementation and development of a variety of solutions including:
J4 Mortgage Solutions, LLC was founded in 2013 by Jim Leone to help mortgage lenders maximize the return on their technology investments by providing custom solutions and project assistance. Prior to founding J4 Mortgage Solutions, Jim worked as Senior Vice President of Gateway Bank Mortgage, Inc., a regional mortgage lender in the North Carolina and Virginia market. In this role, Jim set up a full service mortgage company for parent company, Gateway Bank & Trust Company. His responsibilities included Secondary Marketing, Finance, Operations, and Technology. Jim has over 30 years of mortgage banking experience including servicing, operations, finance, and technology. In 2005 Jim received his Certified Mortgage Technologist designation from the Mortgage Bankers Association. Jim has served on several software advisory panels including InterLINQ MortgageWare and Harland Financial Solutions E3.