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Is there such a form?

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iggy905

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Got an assignment to do a personal appraisal for a homeowner that is just curious to see what the value of their house is. I've done many in the past on the regular 1004 form, taking out the parts that is needed only for loan purposes. But it has recently come to my attention that there is simple form for a personal appraisal. I've searched all through Wintotal but couldn't find anything. Is there such a form? Thank you in advance for your responses.
 

Mister Ed

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In Wintotal, use the general purpose forms.

In the table of contents on the left hand side, you will see them in the folder named "a la mode general purpose forms & addenda" (it is the fourth in my list).

I use the letter sized forms. There are letter sized addenda, etc. in the folder named "non-lender forms & addenda)

PM me and I can help you more if you wish.

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RSW

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It's the general purpose form. Most software vendors have one in their list of forms.
 

Jo Ann Meyer Stratton

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The AI Residential form is also available. You can use whatever pages you want, add on additional text pages if you think are necessary, etc. Very flexible form to work with for private party appraisal assignments.
 

Dontbethatguy

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I prefer the gpr form. It feels more like the old 1004.
 

leelansford

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Got an assignment to do a personal appraisal for a homeowner that is just curious to see what the value of their house is...

My guess: Your client is not being forthcoming with you as to the Intended Use of the appraisal.

I trust that you have a good "letter of engagement" for your client's signature.
 
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