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HUD-1999

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Don Clark

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Does anyone remember this jewel of a report? I went from coast to coast teaching with this for Mckissock in 1999 when the "new" HUD requirements came out. This was supposed to replace the URAR. It died a sudden death before it was even implemented.
 

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Tom Woolford

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Yeah, that was one of the most ridiculous things they came up with. If I remember right, I told them so.
 

Tim Hicks (Texas)

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Ah, the good old days. Things were more friendly on the forum then too, right? Certain modern day posters would never have survived.
 

Don Clark

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Ah, the good old days. Things were more friendly on the forum then too, right? Certain modern day posters would never have survived.

:rof:
I remember classic battles with "Henry C". God rest his soul.
 

hastalavista

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Huh.

I've never seen that before and I don't recall if/how it was being circulated as a "thing to come"?
 

Don Clark

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It was in a "Draft" format. I have the complete form and instructions in a course book I had prepared for McKissock. It was quickly discarded. Likely because it used the URAR Format copyrighted by Fannie Mae.
 

gregb

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It was in a "Draft" format. I have the complete form and instructions in a course book I had prepared for McKissock. It was quickly discarded. Likely because it used the URAR Format copyrighted by Fannie Mae.

Then there was the 50 question uniform national exam-

https://portal.HUD.gov/hudportal/documents/huddoc?id=41502c1HSGH.pdf
 

Mike Garrett RAA

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I remember taking that FHA test...another fine reason!
 

Mike Garrett RAA

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Yes, the test I took was 100 questions.
 
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