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Third-Party Originator: Direct Access

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Third-Party Originator: Direct Access

Please review the following steps in their entirety before beginning the sign-up process. It will help ensure that your request is processed quickly and efficiently.

Step 1: Sign Up for Your Loan Product Advisor Account

Sign up for a Loan Product Advisor account for your organization by completing this Customer Registration.

You’ll be asked to provide:

  • Company's Federal Tax Identifier
  • Your full company name as it appears on your business license.
  • Information for a Primary and Alternate Contact
  • Information for a Principal/Officer.
  • Merged Credit Usage information

Step 2: Request System-to-System Access or Web Access

After you receive your TPO number, request System-to-System Access or Web Access or both.

System-to-System Access:

Request system-to-system (S2S) access for your organization by completing the System-to-System Access Registration Form.

Your request will be processed within five business days. For security reasons, your credentials will be sent in three emails:

  • First email: Includes a User ID for your organization, your organization’s name with your TPO number and the URL for Loan Product Advisor S2S access.
  • Second email: Includes an authentication password.
  • Third email: Includes a Loan Product Advisor password and the generic Seller/Servicer number 121555.

Once you receive your S2S credentials, use your vendor-specific instructions to gain access to Loan Product Advisor through your loan origination system (LOS). Vendor-specific instructions can be obtained by contacting either your vendor or the Customer Support Contact Center (800-FREDDIE).

Web Access:

This Loan Product Advisor Web Access Form allows you to add, delete, and update Loan Product Advisor access for individuals within your organization. Each user who receives web access will receive two emails.

  • First email: Includes their User ID.
  • Second email: Includes their temporary password that they must reset to a permanent password within 10 days.

Remember to log in to Loan Product Advisor at least once every 90 days to avoid deactivating your user account.

Remember to request web access for any user who will assign loans to a wholesale lender. Loans may only be assigned using Loan Product Advisor’s web interface and cannot be assigned using an LOS.

If you do not receive the three emails after two business days, call the Customer Support Contact Center (800-FREDDIE) to inquire about the status.

Step 3: Request Setup for Merged Credit Usage

Loan Product Advisor assesses borrower information in merged credit reports. Therefore, your organization must have an account with a participating credit reporting companies (CRCs) or technical affiliates (TAs). If in Step 1, when you completed the Customer Registration, you did not identify a CRC because you will be using a participating TA (or TAs) listed in the link above, then contact the TA(s) directly to request that they update your account to allow your users to obtain merged credit reports through Loan Product Advisor. Provide them your TPO number and your wholesale lender's Freddie Mac Seller/Servicer number if you know which wholesale lender you intend to assign your loans. Also request that they notify you once the update is complete.

To assign to a wholesale lender, both your organization and the wholesale lender must have an account with the same CRC and an agreement established with the same TA if you are using a TA.

We recommend that you have an account with more than one CRC/TA.

If you work with more than one wholesale lender, please follow the process above for each relationship.

Please review our Merged Credit Best Practices document for additional information.

Note: Loan Product Advisor assesses only a loan's eligibility for sale to Freddie Mac and does not analyze compliance with laws, regulations or ordinances, or any requirements imposed by your regulator. It is possible that a loan that otherwise meets Freddie Mac's purchase standards may violate a state or local law or regulation. Because of that violation, the loan would be ineligible for sale to Freddie Mac. Please consult with your legal counsel and/or a compliance services vendor to ensure that your loans comply with all applicable laws, regulations, etc.

Need Help?

If you have any questions or need any assistance with the sign-up process, please contact Customer Support (800-FREDDIE).

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