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Above grade room count

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Wm. Hattaway

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I'm doing a 1004 appraisal for LSI (I know but I have to feed my family) and they just sent an email wanting me to move my bathroom count adjustment from the 1st line to the 2nd in the Above Grade Room Count Section GLA. I sent them page D-30 of HUD handbook 4150.2 revision 01/06 showing why I adjust on the 1st line. This is also how my mentor trained me to make the adjustment. Now I have never been questioned on which line I use, so I ask here which line other appraisers list the bathroom count/adjustment on.
 
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Wm. Hattaway

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Disregard question. LSI just emailed and said "thank you we have forwarded the appraisal to the client".
 

Mr Rex

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Either one. You can use one line for BR count and 1 for Bath count, if you need to adjust for both.
 
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