Borrower Name:
Uniform Residential Loan Application — Unmarried Addendum
Freddie Mac Form 65 • Fannie Mae Form 1003
Effective 1/2021
Lenders Instructions for Using the Unmarried Addendum
The Lender may use the Unmarried Addendum only when a Borrower selected “Unmarried” in Section 1 and the information collected is
necessary to determine how State property laws directly or indirectly affecting creditworthiness apply, including ensuring clear title.
For example, the Lender may use the Unmarried Addendum when the Borrower resides in a State that recognizes civil unions, domestic
partnerships, or registered reciprocal beneficiary relationships or when the property is located in such a State. “State” means any state, the
District of Columbia, the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, or any territory or possession of the United States.
If you selected “Unmarried” in Section 1, is there a person who is not your legal spouse but who currently has real property rights similar to
those of a legal spouse?
If YES, indicate the type of relationship and the State in which the relationship was formed. For example, indicate if you are in a
civil union, domestic partnership, registered reciprocal beneficiary relationship, or other relationship recognized by the State in which you
currently reside or where the property is located.
Civil Union Domestic Partnership Registered Reciprocal Beneficiary Relationship
Other (explain)
For Borrower Selecting the Unmarried Status
Uniform Residential Loan Application — Unmarried Addendum
To be completed by the Lender:
Lender Loan No./Universal Loan Identifier Agency Case No.