QC Plan Revision Dates
Flagstar, UWM, Plaza and others reportedly require QC plans to reflect a "revision date." This is a silly requirement that stems from Fannie Mae and other secondary market buyers' requirements for vendor oversight. In our view, it is silly because you could add a last revised date of today, but the information could be 10 years old, so... what have you proved?
Technically, the date you received your product is the last revision date, unless you have updated it yourself. In that case, you want to reflect this.
Our materials are regularly updated, so you don't have to worry about stale materials. If you haven't updated your materials, we happily provide complete updates for free for products purchased within the last 12 months. (Only $100 for complete updates for products purchased over 1 year ago.)