, the mortgage industry's standards organization, has released proposed updates to the Industry Loan Application Dataset (iLAD), its modernized dataset for the exchange of loan application data. The updates incorporate recent feedback from industry participants and are available for a 30-day public comment period.
“iLAD gives industry partners the ability to seamlessly exchange loan application data and is another way MISMO is delivering for the industry by digitizing processes, driving down costs and finding better ways to serve consumers,” said Rick Hill, executive vice president of MISMO and MBA vice president of industry technology. “The input provided during the previous 60-day comment period were instrumental in creating this new and improved version. We encourage participants to review the updates and provide us with any feedback.”
iLAD–first released in September 2019
–is a compendium of data points included in the new Uniform Residential Loan Application (URLA), the Government Sponsored Enterprises’ (GSEs) new Automated Underwriting System (AUS) interfaces, and the existing Fannie Mae 3.2 file. iLAD is expected to replace the many peer-to-peer data exchanges that currently utilize the Fannie Mae 3.2 file as a de facto data exchange standard.
The updated iLAD has incorporated changes that had been previously made to its source files, including the Uniform Residential Loan Application dataset, Version 1.8; Desktop Underwriter AUS Request dataset, Version 1.8; and Loan Product Advisor AUS Request dataset, Version 5.0.06. iLAD is being released for a 30-day comment period and will remain open until April 10, 2020.
The update also contains 400 changes to the iLAD specification, which have been documented in the “Revision History” section of the specification. Adoption of iLAD is expected to be evolutionary, as businesses collaborate with business partners to determine the best time to implement. MISMO is issuing the updated specifications to provide time for companies to evaluate how and when to adopt iLAD.