"id": "5824a99b-64f2-4dd4-bdaf-b6ec31601f5e",
  "entityRef": {
    "entityId": "urn:elli:encompass:BE11177525:loan:c1613163-fa00-4b17-969c-a029c0637c6d",
    "entityType": "urn:elli:encompass:loan"
  "loanFormat": "application/vnd.plm-2.0.0+json",
  "loan": {
    "property": {
      "streetAddress": "4430 Rosewood Dr",
      "city": "San Ramon",
      "state": "CA",
      "postalCode": "94583",
      "county": "Contra Costa",
      "loanPurposeType": "ConstructionOnly",
      "propertyUsageType": "SecondHome"
  "interfaceUrl": "https://lender.product.io/",
  "product": {
    "id": "05829be3-939d-4a12-9fac-31442715a6d4",
    "partnerId": "99999999",
    "name": "test-product"
  "credentials": {
    "username": "donaldd",
    "password": "p@s$w0rd"
  "environment": "sandbox",
  "originatingParty": {
    "name": "AMG Mortgage",
    "address": "4140 Dublin Blvd. # 301",
    "city": "Santa Maria",
    "state": "CA",
    "postalCode": "93458",
    "pointOfContact": {
      "name": "Donald Duck",
      "role": "Loan Officer",
      "email": "[email protected]",
      "phone": "666-666-6666"

This section specifies the allowed operations on the origins REST resource.

The origin resource

An instance of an origin resource represents the user-interaction initialization context with a partner applications user-interface. Think of it like a transient "session" - that is only valid for a short period of time (5 minutes to be precise) - and which grants the partner application access to loan/user/organization information as governed by the applications data entitlements. An origin also includes the application credentials configured for the subject user by their administrator.


Try It!

Replace the access_token you generated using the oAuth2 RESTful API with the placeholder value in the Authorization request header input below, and click on the 🧭 Try It button to see the origins API endpoint in action!