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How Automated Underwriting Systems Work

Show Notes

Automated underwriting systems (AUS) are used by all traditional lenders to determine your eligibility for a home mortgage.

The danger with “automated” underwriting is that there is no real filter to determine whether or not the information being input into the system is accurate.

Most borrowers will not have to worry about automated underwriting issues.  If you have anything out of the ordinary with your application like changes in employment or income, not-so-perfect credit, past financial hardship or any other number of things, you will want to make sure you’re working with an experienced loan officer with underwriting guideline experience.

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This topic covers Conventional, FHA, VA and USDA automated underwriting systems.  Both Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac automated underwriting systems can process Conventional, FHA or VA approvals.

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Scott Schang

A 20 year veteran of the Mortgage and Real Estate industry, I am passionate about educating and empowering consumers. I have been writing about consumer protection issues, and making sense of complicated real estate and mortgage topics on this website since 2007

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