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Ellie Mae Partners With Freddie Mac on Enhanced Technology

National Mortgage Professional
Nov 10, 2015
Ellie Mae has announced that it has entered into a partnership with Freddie Mac to integrate components from Freddie Mac’s Loan Advisor Suite into Encompass

Ellie Mae has announced that it has entered into a partnership with Freddie Mac to integrate components from Freddie Mac’s Loan Advisor Suite into Encompass, Ellie Mae’s all-in-one mortgage management solution. With a Congressionally-mandated mission to provide liquidity, stability and affordability to the U.S. housing market, Freddie Mac buys mortgage loans and issues guaranteed mortgage-related securities.

The companies will collaborate to further integrate Freddie Mac’s Loan Prospector and Loan Quality Advisorsm, Loan Advisor Suite’s automated underwriting and risk and loan eligibility tools, with Encompass to develop more efficient workflows for the mortgage industry. In addition, Ellie Mae and Freddie Mac will assess future integration opportunities as new Loan Advisor Suite components are introduced, like the recently announced Loan Collateral Advisorsm. The end result will allow Ellie Mae customers to originate loans within Freddie Mac guidelines more easily and with greater certainty.

Freddie Mac’s Loan Advisor Suite is a set of integrated software applications being developed to give lenders a way to originate and deliver high quality mortgages to Freddie Mac and gain insight into representation and warranty relief earlier in the loan production process. Loan Advisor Suite will become available in 2016.

Ellie Mae’s Encompass solution enables banks, credit unions and mortgage lenders to create and fund mortgages in one system of record for compliance review, quality assurance and improved efficiency at every loan stage. Encompass is used by more than 135,000 mortgage professionals and thousands of mortgage companies, including six of the 20 largest U.S. mortgage lenders.

“At Ellie Mae, our mission is to provide our lenders with innovative solutions throughout the entire loan process while ensuring the highest level of compliance, loan quality and efficiency,” said Joe Tyrrell, executive vice president at Ellie Mae. “Through this partnership, we will make it even easier for our lenders to do business with Freddie Mac.”

“By working with Ellie Mae we will leverage our technological innovations and expertise to give our customers greater opportunities to become more efficient and competitive,” said executive vice president at Freddie Mac, Dave Lowman. “Our goal is to give America’s lenders a better way to originate loans that meet Freddie Mac guidelines more easily and with greater certainty. We look forward to partnering with Ellie Mae to help our customers succeed.”

Published
Nov 10, 2015
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