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FHA How to pdf them the forms?

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SammySammerson

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I am stressed. I thought I was good with computers... However I am getting proved wrong. I was wondering how everybody who is FHA approved sent in their forms and copy of license. They are asking for it in pdf. Once I scan it into my computer what program do I need to convert it. Any info would be appreciated. Thanks
 

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How a bout just printing it and FAXING it to (202) 401-0416 or faxing it from your computer.

http://www.HUD.gov/offices/hsg/sfh/appr/apr_rost.cfm#renewal
 

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They told me that the only way I could do it is to pdf it...
I asked about faxing, email, etc and I was told No. Can I fax it to the number you listed?
 

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You will need Adobe Acrobat or equivalent that will make a PDF file from whatever file. It acts as a printer so you select PDF printer to print, which generates the PDF file.

Acrobat is expensive. Try Paperless Printer Free download
 

SammySammerson

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I appreciate the responses. I just downloaded pdf converter for $29. It seems to work alright.
 

VegasWayne

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What kind of scanner do you have that does not have a save as .PDF feature?
 

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Your scanning software should have an option for saving files. If it does, you can save it as a pdf. This can be one page of multiple pages. Look in your scanning software and PM me. I'll talk you through it.
 

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Couldn't you cut & paste it into an addendum page in Wintotal (or other software) and send it like you would a report?
 

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Take it to Kinko's (or, whatever they are called now).
 

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They told me that the only way I could do it is to pdf it...
I asked about faxing, email, etc and I was told No. Can I fax it to the number you listed?



Open and read the link I sent you.



Update my license or renewal
Appraisers with expired licenses risk being removed from the Roster and must follow the steps below to assure continuous retention on the Roster:



Upon receipt of state license or certification renewal, appraisers should verify that the FHA Appraiser Roster reflects the updated license or certification information.
If the certification/license renewal number or expiration date are
updated on the Roster, it is not necessary for the appraiser to submit a photocopy of the valid State appraiser's license or certification renewal information to HUD.
If the most recent certification/license renewal number or expiration date differs from that on the Roster, the appraiser must submit a photocopy of the current license or certification, with credentials based on the minimum criteria issued by the AQB. Appraisers are encouraged to submit license or certification renewals online via FHA Connection as this will be the only method of renewal in the near future. Those who have difficulty renewing online may submit their license or certification via facsimile to (202) 401-0416, or regular mail to:

U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development
Office of Single Family Housing
451 7th Street, S.W., Room 9270
Attn: Appraisal Branch
Washington, DC 20410
 
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