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Condo Appraisal Form

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jhornet88

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Can anyone point me in the right direction for the appropriate form of choice for Condo Appraisal for an Individual (non-lender) use? Using Total software.

Assuming the old version of the 1073?

Thanks ahead.
 
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jhornet88

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For Condos? GP Residential doesnt contain the typical data fields needed to produce a condo report.

Is there anything wrong about using the old 1073?
 

Don Clark

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For Condos? GP Residential doesnt contain the typical data fields needed to produce a condo report.

Is there anything wrong about using the old 1073?

Not true:

I just looked at several versions in Total/Alamode

Go to forms and type GP. You will find condo forms on the list.

Form GPCONDO - "TOTAL" appraisal software by a la mode, inc. - 1-800-ALAMODE
 

Dale Smalley

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Don is correct we do them all the time for non lender work. Not the greatest form in the world but it works and there is no UAD needed. Be sure to add the certification an limiting condition forms.
 

JTip

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Don't forget the Appraisal Compliance Form.

......you already left, didn't you......you are going to forget this USPAP form, aren't you......your report will not be compliant and you will lose your certification......no more money, no more car, house, spouse........you will end up on the street panhandling for change just to buy some graph paper.......why, why, WHY?!?!?!?!!
 

Howard Klahr

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Appraisal Compliance Form........you are going to forget this USPAP form,

Where in USPAP is this form stated? In fact this form has absolutely nothing to do with USPAP at all
 

JTip

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Prior services, exposure time, required by USPAP.....all conveniently located on one form.

I could quote page numbers in the 16-17 but, trust me, it's Prego (it's in there).
 

Howard Klahr

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Prior services, exposure time, required by USPAP
none of which are required to be located on a specific form and the form you reference titled "appraisal compliance" in a la mode does not contain any of those items
 
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