Average Loan Officer, Commercial Salary in Dallas, Texas

$90,000
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$1,300
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The average salary for a Loan Officer, Commercial in Dallas, Texas is $90,000.
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$60k
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$139k
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MEDIAN $90,000
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$60k - $139k
Profit Sharing
$0 - $1k
Total Pay
$60k - $139k

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Job Description for Loan Officer, Commercial

Loan Officer, Commercial Tasks
  • Develop, maintain, and grow the commercial loan portfolio of private loan companies, government agencies, and non-profit organizations.
  • Solicit new business by developing marketing strategies.
  • Oversee handling of advances, payments, and wire transfers.
  • Negotiate credit terms, and prepare credit analysis and repayment plan for approvals.
  • Interview, consult, accept, analyze credit of, and perform credit reviews of potential borrowers.

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Popular Skills for Loan Officer, Commercial

Skills that pay less than market rate include Portfolio Management and Financial Analysis.
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