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Royal United Mortgage Sales/Financial Advisor Interview Questions

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Sales/Financial Advisor Interview

Anonymous Interview Candidate in Indianapolis, IN
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I applied in-person. The process took 2+ weeks. I interviewed at Royal United Mortgage (Indianapolis, IN) in March 2014.

Interview

I initially met some Royal United Mortgage employees at a career fair in downtown Indianapolis. I was not targeting them as a potential employer, they approached me and began chatting with me. They took my resume and encouraged me to check out their website. I was contacted quickly with an email to submit an application online. I did that and was then contacted via email regarding my first interview. Upon completing the first interview, I was quickly notified of a second interview. This was about an hour with a higher-up who was equally as bland as the gentleman in the first interview. I then sat down with an employee to learn about the job hands-on, but the phones were down, so we just talked a bit and then he decided to leave for the day, so we walked out together. They asked me back for a "Final Interview", however I had a conflict with a meeting downtown that I could not reschedule. Upon notifying the recruiter asking to reschedule the final interview, she said she can't and that they would be pursuing other candidates. Quite laughable, honestly, that a company would go through all of that, and then god forbid the candidate have something come up, they have zero flexibility. But I have received offers for literally double their starting salary, so I wasn't exactly crying in my soup.

Interview Questions

  • When discussing my plans for my future, I mentioned that I had taken the GRE and the GMAT and was interested in pursuing a Master's Degree. The interviewer asked: "So is getting a Master's degree the only way you can become successful?"   1 Answer
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