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SVP Andy Higginbotham

SVP Andy Higginbotham

Andy Higginbotham is the Senior Vice President of Strategic Delivery in the Single-Family organization. He is responsible for the development and management of Single-Family Strategic Initiatives from concept through implementation, maintenance, and enhancement. He leads several multi-year initiatives focused on transforming Freddie Mac's business, including the Loan Advisor Suite, Pricing Execution, the Common Securitization Platform, Single Security and Investor Reporting. He has over 28 years of experience in the mortgage industry with Fortune 500 companies managing high value, complex projects and organizations in Mortgage Sales, Risk, Operations, and Technology.


Preparing for the UCD Deadline: Tools and Tips

Two hundred forty-nine.

That's the number of unique data points necessary for the Uniform Closing Dataset (UCD), a common collection of data that lenders will be required to deliver in a digital file with each mortgage loan they sell to us starting on Sept. 25. Known as the UCD mandate, this requirement is part of the Uniform Mortgage Data Program® (UMDP®), an industry-wide drive to build a better housing finance system in the U.S.

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What Makes Freddie Mac Loan Advisor Suite Different?

Freddie Mac recently announced Loan Closing AdvisorSM, Loan Product AdvisorSM and Business Intelligence – new tools and functionality scheduled to go live this summer with Loan Advisor Suite. Loan Advisor Suite is Freddie Mac's smart, end-to-end technology solution designed with lenders to help lenders deliver high-quality loans and acquire earlier insight into representation and warranty relief during the loan production process. Freddie Mac SVPs Andy Higginbotham and Christina Boyle discuss the impact on lenders.

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