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Bemis Pownall

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Only way to get to the subject is with 4x4. Not a subaru forester but a Jeep with good ground clearance! I tried, decided the fee didnt cover repairs to my vehicle.

First home I couldnt get to.ever!
So how does FHA feel about this and how do I express it to them. Ive put it on hold to see if the lender will pay for a jeep rental or reassign it to someone with the proper vehicle.
 
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I would have to say that this property does not meet minimum. I would write a letter regarding the situation and send it with a trip fee invoice. cc to FHA.
 
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Bemis Pownall

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thanks for pointing me in the right direction Pam.
Found it(easier then finding the subject!);
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&op1=AND&l=100&SECT1=TXT_HITS&SECT5=HEHB&u=./hudclips.cgi&p=1&r=20&f=G]http://www.hudclips.org/sub_nonhud/cgi/nph...gi&p=1&r=20&f=G

Streets.
(2) Streets.

(i) Existing or proposed streets on the site shall
connect to private or public street and shall
provide all-weather access to all building for
essential and emergency use, including access
for deliveries, service, maintenance and fire
equipment.

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Mike Garrett RAA

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So where is your mule? Juan Valdez wants his casa appraised for an FHA.
 
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Bemis Pownall

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turns out its a rehab loan
and because the FHA consultant could walk the last 40 yards why cant I.
Well they found another apprasier?????
good luck
perhaps another call to FHA?
 

Mountain Man

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The LO will be calling you back when they find out that it can not be re-assigned. Once it has a HUD # and your are logged in as the appraiser, that is IT.
 
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Bemis Pownall

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I was under the impression that the apprasier couldnt be changed. But it was done.
I left a message for the new apprasier to be prepared and take a 4x4, I also told him, he would have to determine accessability to the subject and weather it met minimum stds.
Hope I didnt taint his opinion. :lol:
 

Mountain Man

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8O :? :?: :?:
Don't know how they could have gotten it re-assigned. Like Pam said, I bet your local REAC would be very interested in knowing that.

I have been know to charge an extra $150 for having to lock in my 4X4 hubs. 8)
 

larryhaskell

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According to REAC, the appraisal can be reassigned. In fact, I have had appraisals reassigned to be for a variety of reasons. Per REAC, it is handled through the regional HOC.
 
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