- Perform review of Appraisal documents to Interpret & Abstract critical sequential data’s to quicken Appraisal and Underwriting decisions.
- Compare & Validate data to address any discrepancies.
- Perform data entry and analysis of Appraisal reports for credit comparable.
- Ensure adherence to operating procedures and quality control standards set for the process.
- Key Skills sets include familiarity with various loan documents, financial statements and reports.
- Strong knowledge/analytical skills about Financial / Appraisal Reports and key terms is desired.
- Bachelor’s degree in Commerce/Accounting preferred.
- 2 years-4 years of experience preferably in Banking/Mortgage/Appraisal Support/Pre-underwriting preferred.
- Candidate should be open to work in shifts.
- Strong verbal & written communication to effectively communicate with various stake-holders and across levels.
- Ability to escalate / clarify queries, work with limited supervision, receiving minimum instructions on assignments.
- Strong knowledge of MS-office suite of applications.
Source: JP Morgan Career Page
About J.P.Morgan Asset Management
With over $82 billion in assets under management, more than 400 real asset professionals strategically located across the globe, and 45 years of history successfully investing in real estate, sophisticated investors will not find a more experienced investment partner than JPMorgan Asset Management - Global Real Estate.
Global Real Estate is the private real estate business within the alternatives platform of JPMorgan Asset Management. JPMorgan Asset Management is a leading asset manager for individuals, advisors, and institutions. It is one of the largest asset and wealth managers in the world with nearly $2 trillion of AUM.
The Global Real Estate group's 400+ strong team brings extensive expertise in all areas of real estate investment and management including portfolio management, acquisitions, and asset management as well as deep knowledge of real estate accounting, legal, risk control, joint ventures, leasing, workouts, dispositions, debt capital markets, appraisal and valuation, engineering, and environmental issues.