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FmHa?

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nb23yrs

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Apr 23, 2008
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Certified Residential Appraiser
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Ohio
Hi all,

I have recently been added to the FHA roster, but am being fairly selective as to what appraisal assignments I will accept until I gain more experience. I have an assignment marked "FmHa" pending, and am not familiar with the current guidelines for this program and perhaps should decline the assignment. I did a few of these 10 years ago, but I suspect things have changed since then!

At the risk of sounding stupid, is there a thermal cert or some necessary addenda that needs to be added to the 1004? I searched through the forums, but most of the FmHa info appears to be pretty dated. This property is located in Ohio. Thanks in advance.
 

stefan olafson

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Certified General Appraiser
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North Dakota
FmHA is an entirely different appraisal. FHA is a Federal Housing Authority/Housing and Urban Development appraisal. FmHA is a Farmers Home Administration appraisal. Go to the web and look up FmHA in your area and find out where the local housing office is. Get what you need from them.
 
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