Why I Love Working at Wyndham Capital Mortgage

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Switching jobs and companies is common when you’re trying to find the best fit for your career. We asked some of our Loan Officers why they decided to call Wyndham Capital home.recruitment

Why did you decide to return to Wyndham Capital?  

I decided to return to Wyndham Capital because of all the technology improvements and the culture.  The culture is hard to beat and the technology is top notch, which allows me to reach my potential.


What did you miss most during your time away? 

I missed the culture the most while I was away.  The entire sales force pretty much knows each other which allows us to feed off each other’s energy.


What’s your favorite “technology tool” available to you at Wyndham?

My favorite technology tool is being able to generate initial disclosures and walking my borrower through the loan estimate.  It gives me the ability to answer any questions they have immediately.


Do you think Wyndham has improved since you first left? 

Wyndham has certainly improved. The improvement in technology is incredible and allows me to be more successful.  Our operations department has also drastically improved which makes us click on all cylinders.


What’s the best thing about being an LO at Wyndham? 

The best part about being an LO at Wyndham is having no limit on the success you can have.  Every tool you need to be successful is provided.





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With more than 21 years in the industry, we’re a leading fintech mortgage lender saving current and potential homeowners money and time through transparent rates, zero junk lender fees*, and technology that automates over five million tasks each month. We’ve served over 100,000 borrowers, boast a 98% customer satisfaction rating and 4.9 stars on thousands of online reviews, and provide a “mortgages without migraines” experience. (*Note: Wyndham does not charge junk fees, application fees, processing fees, or underwriting fees. There can be fees charged directly by Third Parties for services such as, but not limited to, title, settlement, appraisal, taxes, and insurance.)

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