CoreLogic Integrates Fannie Mae LQI Compliance Suite with Ellie Mae Encompass

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CoreLogic Integrates Fannie Mae LQI Compliance Suite with Ellie Mae Encompass


Santa Ana, California--based CoreLogic has announced that CoreLogic Credco, a provider of merged credit reports, has integrated FinalCheck into Pleasanton, California--based Ellie Mae's Encompass360[R] mortgage management solution. FinalCheck, an automated Fannie Mae Loan Quality Initiative (LQI) compliance suite, instantly verifies credit, application and fraud data in an easy-to-read report, helping lenders uncover undisclosed debt and mitigate repurchase risk to avoid loan buy-backs prior to loan submission.

The FinalCheck suite is composed of three critical data-verification products: CreditCheck, AppCheck and FraudCheck. CreditCheck performs a "gap" analysis on credit information between pre-approval and prefunding; AppCheck searches against the CoreLogic Fraud Consortium Database, a proprietary 90 million loan application database, and the Mortgage Electronic Registration System (MERS) for undisclosed loans; and FraudCheck verifies that neither the borrower or loan participants are on a Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) or other investor exclusionary list.

The result is a reporting tool that provides lenders critical insight on any potential prefunding risk indicators before submitting the loan to the government sponsored enterprise (GSE). …

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