Adding a cover letter to your Loan Processor Resume can prove to be the best thing you have done while applying for a job.
Loan Processor Cover Letters add that touch of professionalism that all employers look for in a candidate.
Therefore, if you show that you are a professional before you meet an employer, well, he or she will definitely want to meet you in an interview!
33 Nicollet Avenue
Minneapolis, MN 100092
November 19, 2015
Ms. Sarah Brown
76 Marquette Avenue
Minneapolis, MN 100262
Dear Ms. Brown:
Discovering the job advertisement for a Loan Processor position on your website, I would like to offer my services for the same. My practical experience in loan processing gained through working with a number of financial institutions will undoubtedly will make me a genuine asset to any firm that I work with. Please find my attached resume as an expression of interest in exploring the possibility of my joining Urban Lenders.
Having worked for a number of financial institutes in this capacity, I have acquired the skills set that are pertinent to that of a loan processor position. My expertise in collecting and verifying information for submission to underwriters is a skill that my supervisors at my present place of work bank on heavily. I am proficient in tracking a loan application from its inception and seeing it to its realization; checking each loan application for accuracy is something I deem of the utmost importance and this is why I took the initiative of developing an automated program (still being used by the company) that runs accuracy tests on all applications.
I am confident that I am the right candidate that you are looking for. In order to discuss how I can make a genuine contribution to your firm, I would like to meet you at your convenience. I will call you next week to schedule a date and time of interview I will be available at 999-999-9999 if you would like to speak to me during this time.
Thank you for your time and consideration.