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Fannie Mae Guidelines

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Joker

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Are Fannie Mae appraisal guidelines available on the internet? Does anyone have a URL with them listed?

Where can I find a CURRENT all inclusive definition of a "Federally Related Transaction"?
 

Jo Ann Meyer Stratton

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Go to NAIFA.com
On left side of screen click on Information
Next screen, on left side of screen click on links
Next screen, in the middle click on ADFINET
You will need to register, it is free, then you can access all the links to Fannie Mae, HUD, VA and some other interesting stuff.
 

Jo Ann Meyer Stratton

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Oh yes--FRT, go to the Appraisal Foundation web site, look for the September 2002 FAQs.
 

Steve Owen

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Look near the top of this page, right under the Appraiser's Forum logo. There is a menu item called "Appraiser Links." One of them will take you to Fannie's home page.
 

Jo Ann Meyer Stratton

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Use the ADFINET link to get the latest guidelines. The link through Appraisal Today is for the guidelines prior to 6/30/2002. Thank you Steve, I didn't realize that was there. Now I have two sources to ADFINET!
 

Farm Gal

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The link at the top of the page (look for appriaser links, Fannie)
apparently does permit direct download in Word Format!

as in cut and pasteable :twisted:
 

John SRA

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The Fannie Mae guidelines are available at no charge at eFannieMae.com.

However, you will not find FRT defined in the Fannie Mae guidelines. This is a banking term, not a Fannie Mae term. For the definition go the Appraisal Foundation web site and look at the monthly Q&A for October or November.

Have a great day

JC
 

Fred

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The FRT question is now also FAQ #148.
 
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