U.S. Bank Commercial Real Estate Loan Administrator - Hybrid in New York, McLean, Boston or Charlotte, in Charlotte, North Carolina
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The Commercial Real Estate Loan Administrator is responsible for reviewing and/or negotiating Commercial Real Estate (CRE) loan documents, while protecting the bank's interest, and providing management of a loan portfolio from the time the loans are approved until pay-off or maturity. In addition to construction and term loans, a typical loan portfolio may include unsecured and secured borrowing base lines of credit, subscription lines, and various other complex loan products. Partners with Relationship Managers as primary liaison with customers, attorneys, construction consultants and title company representatives, during all phases of financing and closing.
Bachelor's degree, or equivalent experience
Eight or more years of experience in commercial real estate loan administration
Considerable knowledge of commercial real estate lending including letters of credit, tax credit transactions, borrowing base lending, multi-phased construction, and transactions secured by multiple collateral properties
Strong technical expertise in closing and loan management functions
Demonstrated ability to close commercial real estate loans and manage a commercial real estate loan portfolio
Advanced knowledge of commercial real estate finance, law, documentation, accounting and data systems
Ability to meet the requirements to be commissioned as a Notary Public
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U.S. Bank is an equal opportunity employer committed to creating a diverse workforce. We consider all qualified applicants without regard to race, religion, color, sex, national origin, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability or veteran status, among other factors.