Credit Products Officer II

» Credit Products Officer II
Finance & Accounting
in Washington
, DC
Reference: 19-02803

Description:

Responsible for underwriting and submitting assigned financing applications to the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) in accordance with its MAP Guide, related HUD guidelines, bank procedures and regulatory guidelines. Also responsible for assisting with the preliminary screening of new deals coming into the bank.

Additional Responsibilities:

  • Deal Structuring
    • The Underwriter should understand the use of FHA with LIHTC equity, tax-exempt bond financing, and subordinate financing.
  • Economic Feasibility Analysis
    • This includes all components of net operating income (NOI), proposed cost estimates and anticipated lease-up, as applicable.
    • Candidate should have a working knowledge of affordable housing programs including LIHTC, HOME, RAD, HAP contracts and vouchers, ability to research and understand other federal and state programs and apply appropriately to FHA MAP lending guidelines.
    • The underwriter should be able to understand and apply guidelines related to tax abatement programs and ground leases typical in the affordable housing arena.
  • Market Analysis
    • Underwriter should have ability to review market studies and data derived from other research and source material to ensure sufficient demand and supportable rents to project NOI.
  • Appraisal Analysis and Review
    • The Underwriter will participate in the process of selecting and working with approved third-party appraisers.
    • They will be responsible for review of the appraisal and related forms and for working with the appraiser to develop an accurate final appraisal.
  • PCNA/AEC Review/Environmental
    • The Underwriter will participate in the selection process and work with the third-party toward a final product that meets all HUD guidelines and accurately reflects the transaction.
  • Mortgage Credit Analysis
    • Utilizing HUD application documents and other bank information, Underwriter must be able to analyze credit documentation, including REO schedules, to determine ownership structure and Active Principals, credit worthiness as well as capacity issues and other risks/mitigates to HUD and BANA.
    • The Underwriter should understand the analysis required of LIHTC investors in affordable transactions as well as how to analyze non-profit financial statements and review non-profits.
  • Underwriter’s Narrative, Site Visit, Concept Meeting and HUD Forms
    •  Underwriter is responsible, in conjunction with other team members, for completing the Underwriter’s Narrative and required HUD forms pursuant to HUD guidelines.
    • Underwriter is also responsible for conducting the site inspection and if applicable, preparing a concept meeting package and attending concept meeting with borrower.
  • Primary contact for HUD on a transaction basis
    • The Underwriter will serve as the primary HUD contact maintaining a positive relationship throughout.
  • Facilitate Closing, as needed
    • Work closely with third-party closer/servicer, attorneys and HUD to facilitate closing

Education/Experience:

  • MAP Certified (LEAN not required)
  • 3 -5 years of FHA lending experience or equivalent including affordable housing lending
  • B.S./Masters degree in Accounting, Finance, Economics, Real Estate or other related field