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Lapp #14-14- Instead Of 72-72-

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Digger88

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anyone know what that different number means? in 9 years think ive only ever seen it once before.
 

gregb

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In Cali all VA assignment numbers start with 44-44...
 

RSW

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In TN they start with 20-20. It could be a mistake on the processor that opened the file.
 

Don Clark

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anyone know what that different number means? in 9 years think ive only ever seen it once before.

It's a mistake. Notify VA and ask them to have lender put the appropriate 14-14 (For Roanoke RLC) numbers on the report. Happened to me once. The lender used the wrong numbers. The portal should have caught it. Roanoke had them change it immediately.
 

1963Clipper

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The first two numbers are the office of origination [some States have multiple offices], the second two correspond to the office of jurisdiction, the fifth digit is the type of loan [6 = guaranteed indemnity loan], then the last seven digits are sequential digits issued when the appraisal is requested.

It's never a case of the lender used the wrong number - they have nothing to do with the establish of the number save for them dictating the State and County/Parish the property is in when ordering the report. In States with multiple offices, if the lender orders it in the wrong County, it could result in an incorrect number being generated. Make sense ? Let's say they order an appraisal for a property in North Texas but dictate that it's in a South Texas County. What should be a 49-49-6- number ends up being a 62-62-6 number...all because of the incorrect County. Same goes for properties in California [they have three jurisdictions]. I think PA has two...
 

Don Clark

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The first two numbers are the office of origination [some States have multiple offices], the second two correspond to the office of jurisdiction, the fifth digit is the type of loan [6 = guaranteed indemnity loan], then the last seven digits are sequential digits issued when the appraisal is requested.

It's never a case of the lender used the wrong number - they have nothing to do with the establish of the number save for them dictating the State and County/Parish the property is in when ordering the report. In States with multiple offices, if the lender orders it in the wrong County, it could result in an incorrect number being generated. Make sense ? Let's say they order an appraisal for a property in North Texas but dictate that it's in a South Texas County. What should be a 49-49-6- number ends up being a 62-62-6 number...all because of the incorrect County. Same goes for properties in California [they have three jurisdictions]. I think PA has two...

The one I got a few years ago was not even for the state of Virginia. The property was located in Newport News, Virginia. The lender was from some state out west and the nunbers reflected that state, not Virginia. So errors do occur. It had to be re-ordered with the Virginia 14-14 as the header. The lender did have a wrong number assigned by someone.
 
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