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FHA online roster application instructions question

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V. Nightshade

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This may be a really dumb question. The Appraiser upload instructions say,

"1. Generate: Click Generate Application Form to automatically generate form...with all information entered on the Appraiser Roster Appication placed in appropriate boxes on the form. NO OTHER INFORMATION IS REQUIRED ON THE FORM." (emphasis mine)"

I read that to mean that I DO NOT HAVE TO FILL IN the form, i.e., answer all the questions that were not automatically filled in. IS THIS CORRECT? To apply, I just need to use the auto-generated information, follow their scanning instructions and that's it???

Did I miss something? If I did, and "of course you have to fill out the entire form"....I deserve your flames :)
 

Jack Hines

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I read that to mean that I DO NOT HAVE TO FILL IN the form, i.e., answer all the questions that were not automatically filled in. IS THIS CORRECT? To apply, I just need to use the auto-generated information, follow their scanning instructions and that's it???

Did I miss something? If I did, and "of course you have to fill out the entire form"....I deserve your flames :)

No other info is required, just what is automatically generated. Once you send it sit back for a long wait.... I sent mine in early in June and was placed on the roster yesterday (almost 7 weeks)
 

starmansf

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Jack,

Are they accepting trainees now? or does your profile need updating?
 

V. Nightshade

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Thanks Jack! It's odd that they don't just change the form. This way they have to be so ultra-precise in communicating the directions. Or perhaps that's part of the test.
 

Jack Hines

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Jack,

Are they accepting trainees now? or does your profile need updating?

Long time lurker, first time poster and yes my Professional Status does need to be updated to Certified Residential....
 

V. Nightshade

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Just submitted application (it was so easy, I'm a bit worried.) They emailed me that it will take up to 8 weeks, "due to high volume of applications."
 
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