Bay Equity Home Loans

Loan Officer

San Diego, CA

Bay Equity was named in the Top 10 Best Places to Work in the Mortgage Industry by mortgage Executive Magazine in 2016.  The 2016 rankings were based on more than 10,000 surveys asking loan officers to rate their company culture, loan processing, underwriting, compensation, management, marketing and technology. Our unique culture starts with being family owned and operated with a focus on communication and transparency.  Proudly, 16 of our originators were ranked in the Top 1% of all originators in the US in 2016.

Loan Officer | San Diego, CA

We are not just looking for any Loan Officer to join our team.  We are looking for the career professional who is ready to take their business to the next level.  Our outstanding product mix and pricing, along with market-leading  technology and outstanding marketing support are integral to our total commitment to sales excellence.  Our LOs are provided a dedicated bilingual production assistant to focus on file flow and freeing you to focus on what you do best – talk to your clients and sell more loans.   We have a beautiful top-floor suite in Kearny Mesa with private offices available. All inquiries will be treated confidentially.

Required Skills & Experience

  • At least two years experience in loan originations
  • Clean NMLS history and current license
  • Have existing relationships and contacts to derive referral business
  • Ability to analyze financial data and comprehend market fluctuations
  • Working knowledge of lending guidelines and a thorough understanding of the process and procedures


  • Innovative compensation program – you can compete!
  • Medical, Dental, Vision & 401k available
  • Professional Sales Support – Bay supports individual excellence with subsidized training through Todd Duncan and the High Trust Sales Academy and Sales Mastery.
  • Casual and enthusiastic atmosphere
  • Opportunity for vertical growth within organization
Bay Equity Home Loans

Jamie Hughes

Branch Manager
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