Licensing and Compliance Analyst



IT, Legal
Seattle, WA, USA
Posted on Thursday, June 6, 2024

About Tomo

We believe everyone deserves a home—and at Tomo, our mission is to make homeownership a reality for everyone. We’re changing the way that people discover their dream home and tour it. And we’re helping prospective homebuyers determine what they can afford, make a winning offer, and ultimately, purchase their dream home with a Tomo mortgage.

Job Description

This position will work closely with our legal and compliance team in support of key company priorities. You will primarily support the recently launched home purchase portal by leading day-to-day management of the company’s existing Multiple Listing Service (“MLS”) and Realtor association memberships. You will also be responsible for expansion into new MLS markets and collaborating with legal, product and engineering teams on any compliance items related to the IDX feeds that MLSes provide to

As with all roles at a startup, you will be trained and asked to work across disciplines in support of company initiatives, including assisting legal and compliance with mortgage licensing via the Nationwide Multistate Licensing System (“NMLS”).

Ultimately, you will be at the heart of the team laying the foundation for Tomo to transform the home buying experience.

This position is based in our Seattle, WA office in Capitol Hill. We work from the office on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday and the team works remotely on Thursday and Friday.

You’ll need (Qualifications and skills)

  • A fundamental understanding of Multiple Listing Service and Realtor Association memberships.
  • A fundamental understanding of real estate portals, IDX feeds, and applicable MLS rules and regulations.
  • High energy and excellent organization and communication skills
  • To be comfortable managing company relationships with dozens of organizations and contacts — not afraid to get your hands dirty diving into problems to efficiently and diplomatically drive solutions.

You may also have: (Additional qualifications and skills)

  • Experience with National Mortgage Licensing Systems & Registry (NMLS)
  • Experience with mortgage company licensing or other licensing experience in a financial institution or government regulator
  • Experience with NMLS renewals processes
  • Experience with periodic reporting requirements for a mortgage company with federal and state regulators, specifically financial statement reporting and loan call reporting through NMLS

The expected annual compensation for this position will be between
$80,000$100,000 USD