Urban Lending Solutions (ULS) is hiring people with mortgage industry experience, offering salaries from $35,000 to $70,000 per year, depending on the position. ULS is rapidly ramping up underwriters, processors, closers, and management positions in Broomfield and Littleton, CO. Applicants should apply now, as the positions must be filled as soon as possible; review job openings and apply by visiting www.urban-ls.com/careers. Today, ULS has 1,915 employees in Broomfield and Littleton, CO and Pittsburgh, PA; up from approximately 537 employees one year ago, and ULS continues to experience sustainable growth at a time when joblessness is one of the biggest thorns in the U.S. economy.
Inc. Magazine recently ranked Urban Lending Solutions (ULS) #41 among the top 100 job creating companies in America. This award is given to businesses that have generated the most jobs in the past three years, and as a multi-million dollar company, listed as the #1 Minority Business Enterprise (MBE) in job growth, and one of the largest employers in Broomfield, CO, ULS has found itself in the very fortunate position of being able to create jobs for this country.
About ULS -- ULS is based in Pittsburgh, PA with additional offices in Broomfield and Littleton, CO and is one of the country's premier providers of customized mortgage solutions from loan fulfillment through loss mitigation. Inc.500 recognized ULS' achievements by giving ULS an overall ranking of No. 205 in its list of fastest-growing private companies; No. 15 within the financial services industry. For the fourth consecutive year, Black Enterprise Magazine's BE 100 list of the largest black-owned businesses in the United States, names ULS as one of their top companies. Ernst & Young, LLP, announced Chuck Sanders, Founder and CEO of ULS, as the winner for the Ernst & Young Entrepreneur Of The Year® 2012 Award. Mr. Sanders was also named one of the top 10 black entrepreneurs in the nation by Inc 500.
Through its subsidiary, Urban Lending Solutions Appraisals, LLC (ULSA), the company provides independent and accurate valuations of collateral.
Beyond corporate citizenship, ULS nurtures community citizenship and global charities to help fund and support existing charities and youth programs. These charitable contributions are an extension of the over-arching values at ULS of excellence, teamwork, and dedication. ULS' support of community-level and world-wide charitable contributions fosters these same values in the youth they serve, while benefitting customer's local communities on a measurable scale.
Diversity at ULS -- ULS earned the Corporate Plus member designation from the National Minority Supplier Development Council (NMSDC), distinguishing itself as the nation's largest minority-owned mortgage solutions business. Many Corporate Plus members, including financial institutions, keep track of what they spend with diverse suppliers, and ULS' MBE status currently provides added value to five of the top 10 largest U.S. banks ranked by the market, helping to meet the banks' supplier diversity goals as well as boost their delivery performance in today's economic and regulatory climate.
Mr. Sanders believes in continuing to partner and support the NMSDC and the local councils, like the Rocky Mountain Minority Supplier Development Council (RMMSDC). These national and local councils' sole purpose is to help MBEs that are for profit firms at least 51 percent owned by minorities develop business relations with large organizations. From 2011to this year's fourth quarter, ULS has increased its diverse spend by 25 percent, and ULS is committed to increasing spend with diverse suppliers annually.
Learn more about Urban Lending Solutions at www.urban-ls.com or http://www.linkedin.com/company/urban-lending-solutions.
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