Uniform Residential Loan Application (URLA)

Frequently Asked Questions

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At the bottom of each page on the new URLA, it says borrower name. Is a signature required on each page?

Revised September 25, 2018

This depends on the jurisdiction. The footer shows the borrower to which the page applies. As there can be multiple copies of the URLA for different borrowers in the package, the name on the bottom is a guide for identifying which borrower is associated with that particular page.