Freddie Mac Electronic Mortgages
The use of electronic documents to originate mortgages is increasing. The shift from paper documents to electronic documents with electronic signatures brings the promise of improved efficiency and higher data quality to the home mortgage finance process. Freddie Mac continues to be a notable contributor to this evolution through our participation in industry standards groups.
The current Freddie Mac eMortgage Guide provides greater detail about our requirements for electronic documents in the mortgage loan file, and the care and storage of these documents throughout the life of a loan. The eMortgage Guide is intended to provide directional guidance to industry participants as they make decisions regarding the use and implementation of electronic documents.
To learn how you may become eligible to sell electronic mortgages to Freddie Mac, please contact your Freddie Mac representative.
For additional information about Freddie Mac's electronic mortgage initiative:
- Refer to our Frequently Asked Questions
- Download a copy of the Freddie Mac eMortgage Guide – Updated August 2014
- Review the eMortgage Seller/Servicer Approval Requirements
- Review the Electronic Signatures and Transactions FAQs