outsource your processing to Reliant Processing
processing is our primary business.
Processing Center, Inc. is designed around
the workflow of processing, not sales.
will never solicit your clients.
will avoid the expense & frustration of
hiring, training, firing, & re-training
will reduce your overhead by eliminating
salaries, benefits, sick time, vacation
time, worker's comp, etc.
will free up expensive office space for
marketing and originating.
will find contract loan processing helps
to dramatically streamline your business.
is the loan originator responsible for?
- Selecting the lender, loan program, running
a credit report (tri-merge), and locking
- Submitting a completed and signed 1003
- Collecting the supporting documentation
from the borrower and forwarding it to us
along with the loan package.
- We will provide you with a list of missing
items in order for you to contact the borrower.
is your turn time?
a file is reviewed within 24 hours of receiving
it. As you know, the processing time for a
file depends on a number of factors including
the type of loan, how complete the file is
when submitted to us, how quick the title
companies and appraisers are, how cooperative
your borrowers are, etc. Taking this into
consideration, it is in everyone's
best interest for us to complete the process
as quickly as possible.
will your staff represent themselves?
correspondance from us will indicate that
we are the processing center for __"Your"__
are your fees?
see our fee schedule.
does Reliant Processing Center, Inc. get paid?
send an invoice to escrow/title. Our fee is
added to the CD as the processing fee and
we are paid from escrow similar to any other
3rd party charge.
compliance is the broker's responsibility.
However, we will assist you to help make sure
all issues are covered.
do I get started with Reliant Processing Center,
complete a loan processing agreement and fax
it to us at (503) 487-6762, or email it to
There is no waiting period so we can get started
as soon as your files arrive to us. You may
send them to us via fax, secure e-mail, or
link. Visit our Getting
Started section for additional information.