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DU Validation Service

Impact of COVID-19 on the DU Validation Service

To align with policy outlined in Lender Letter LL-2020-03, Impact of COVID-19 on Originations, there are temporary changes to the DU validation service in effect until further notice including age of documentation requirements, use of market-based assets, and suspension of employment validation.

Review the April 18 release notes for more information on age of documentation requirements and use of market-based assets.

Review the May 1 release notes for more information on the suspension of employment validation.

Leverage the power of DU and data validation to receive Day 1 Certainty®

The Desktop Underwriter® (DU®) validation service can offer mortgage loan originators a streamlined process for analyzing key information from borrowers. It uses third-party vendor data to validate income, asset, and employment information entered by the loan originator in DU.

Find a comprehensive list of training resources like job aids, online learning courses, frequently asked questions and much more.

Important News

The DU validation service will not validate retirement income using 2019 tax transcripts.