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Nathan Slaman

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I never really post here but do use this site for alot of good information but today earns a nod. I got a call from my client saying the underwriter wants me to change the effective date of the appraisal. So I said sure, for another 350 bucks we can do that. Well of course we k ow what the answer to that was. I then get a call an hour later from the same client sayhing that the underwriter is claiming this is a condo. I suggested she try LOOKING AT THE PICTURES. Apparently this underwriter thinks a check in the PUD means condo. How do you get these underwriter jobs I am thinking of putting my five year old to work and am looking for something he is qualified for.
 

Terrel L. Shields

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They are looking for something to kill the deal with..nothing new.
 

TC

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Seriously, how could someone tell it's a PUD by looking at the pictures?


TC
 

Thomas Fiehler

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Nathan-I feel your pain. Also, I believe the 5 year old is over qualified for that position.
 

leelansford

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What evidence do you have that proves that the Subject is not under condominium ownership?

Just the opposite, what information does the underwriter have that says the ownership is condo?
 

Nathan Slaman

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Looking at the pictures would have shown the property to be a HOUSE. One year old cookiee cutter home. No-brainer but then again!!!!!
 

Couch Potato

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Looking at the pictures would have shown the property to be a HOUSE. One year old cookiee cutter home. No-brainer but then again!!!!!
Houses can be owned as condominiums too. The picture demonstrates nothing about how the property is owned.
 

paragonrea

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Yes, a 5 year old is over qualified, however, in defense I have done detached "single-family" homes that had condominium ownership. I cannot believe that I defended an underwriter. Please :new_2gunsfiring_v1: me.
 

Carnivore

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What evidence do you have that proves that the Subject is not under condominium ownership?

Just the opposite, what information does the underwriter have that says the ownership is condo?


scan the deed and send it in
 
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