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JTip

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Can you transfer a completed old 2055 to a new 1004, moving all info, sales etc. over to a new form?
Not sure how to do it, mentor is no help....he typed up the report on the wrong form.....

Many thanks!
 

CigarDad

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Certified Residential Appraiser
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Open up your completed 2055 appraisal.

Click on File

Click on save as

Enter new order number

Change form type to Fannie Mae 1004-(03/2005)

Click OK
 

Jo Ann Meyer Stratton

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Arizona
Or copy report-click on Import/Export, click on copy report, choose Nova forms, choose Fannie Mae form 2055 9-96 for your original, then choose Fannie Mae form 1004 3/2005 for your new report, find your file then copy to a new file number. You won't be able to use the same file number. What I have done in similar cases is change one digit--for example old file number 08053256, new file number would be 8053256.
 

JTip

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Thank you very much. I knew I could count on the forum for support!
 
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