Uniform Residential Loan Application & Uniform Loan Application Dataset
April 11, 2018
GSEs Publish New Sample Forms, XML Samples, and AUS Specification Updates in Support of the Redesigned Form 1003/Form 65
As a follow-up to the publication of the final redesigned Uniform Residential Loan Application (Freddie Mac Form 65) in December, Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae (the GSEs) have published new and updated supporting documents. New refinance and purchase use cases along with completed Form 65 and XML sample files are now available to customers, along with updates to our joint FAQs, the Loan Product Advisor® specification, mapping documents and more.
Start Planning Now
At the direction of the Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA), and in collaboration with industry partners and government agencies, Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae (the GSEs) have updated the Uniform Residential Loan Application (URLA) (Freddie Mac Form 65 / Fannie Mae Form 1003) and created a corresponding standardized dataset – the Uniform Loan Application Dataset (ULAD). The ULAD maps each data field on the redesigned URLA to equivalent data point(s) in the corresponding Mortgage Industry Standards Maintenance Organization (MISMO) v3.4 Reference Model.
The redesigned URLA form provides lenders and borrowers with greater clarity and an easier, more consumer-friendly loan application. The results represent the culmination of extensive industry collaboration.
The ULAD Initiative, which is part of the Uniform Mortgage Data Program® (UMDP), continues to promote data standards by providing common and clear definitions. UMDP provides transparency and makes it easier to share data among various stakeholders within the industry.
AUS Data Specification
Because each GSE uses URLA data to evaluate loans against their individual credit policies, Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae will continue to maintain separate automated underwriting system (AUS) data specifications. Freddie Mac's data collection requirements for loan underwriting are outlined in our Loan Product Advisor® v5.0 System Interface Specification.
If you require access to the updated Loan Product Advisor v5.0 System Interface Specification, please contact your Freddie Mac representative or your vendor.
Getting Started and Frequently Asked Questions
- Instructions for the Uniform Residential Loan Application (Form 65)
- Rendering Options for the Uniform Residential Loan Application (Form 65) – Updated 6/12/2018
- Form 65/ULAD FAQs – Updated 6/12/2018
- Differences between Interactive and Dynamic Form 65
- Differences between Current and Redesigned Form 65 – Updated 6/12/2018
- Numbered Current Form 65
Interactive URLA Forms
- Form 65 – Borrower Information
- Form 65 – Additional Borrower
- Form 65 – Unmarried Addendum
- Form 65 – Lender Loan Information
- Form 65 – Continuation Sheet
Dynamic URLA Form
Demographic Information Addendum
- Form 65 – Demographic Information Addendum
- Spanish Translation Aid to Form 65 – Demographic Information Addendum
Spanish Translation Aid to Form 65
- System Interface Specification v5.0.2 for Loan Product Advisor® – Please contact your Freddie Mac representative or your vendor.
- Uniform Loan Application Dataset (ULAD) Mapping Document – Updated 3/27/2018
- ULAD Data Extensions to MISMO v3.4 – Updated 3/27/2018
- ULAD Data Relationships Using Xlink and MISMO ArcRoles Document – Updated 3/27/2018
Supporting Documents for ULAD
- Numbered Form 65 – Borrower Information
- Numbered Form 65 – Lender Loan Information
- Numbered Form 65 – Unmarried Addendum
Purchase Case Study
Refinance Case Study
- December 8, 2015 – GSEs Announce Future Updates to the URLA
- August 23, 2016 – The Redesigned URLA and ULAD Mapping Document Are Here!
- September 20, 2016 – Updated Loan Product Advisor AUS Specification
- November 1, 2016 – Clarification on “Effective Date” for Redesigned URLA
- September 27, 2017 – URLA Implementation Timeline Updates
- December 19, 2017 – GSEs Publish Updated Dynamic and Interactive Redesigned URLA and Supporting Documents
- March 27, 2018 – GSEs Announce New Sample Forms, XML Samples and Specification Updates
Please email ULAD@freddiemac.com
We're proud to be honored with a 2017 ClearMark Award of Distinction from the Center for Plain Language for our interactive version of our Uniform Residential Loan Application - a joint project between Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae. We'd like to share the award with our industry partners, whose invaluable input helped us complete this project.