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Long name in Form1004

Fernando

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I have this long multiple buyers name.
I was able to change fonts and squeeze all the names into the box.
However, the box is red and it indicated UAD won't allow more than 50 characters.
Is that right? Why would UAD care? This is discrimination for people with long names. Not right.
 

Fernando

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I sent the report anyway with the long name. My software said not UAD compliant.
But my client accepted it.
In your face UAD!
 

Dublin ohio

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I sent the report anyway with the long name. My software said not UAD compliant.
But my client accepted it.
In your face UAD!
Don't hold you breath. It could be rejected by the UCDP
 

Fernando

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My next appraisal I'm working on has 4 borrowers. Ugh.
I won't be able to squeeze all their names into the box.
Is it acceptable to put just their last names?
Or Is it acceptable to put SEE ADDENDUM in that box?
 

Terrel L. Shields

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1623379934768.png I see this a lot- 4 letter names
 

Fernando

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View attachment 53520 I see this a lot- 4 letter names
So you're putting the last name only.
I use to put last name in my older appraisals.
Along the way, I'd been putting full name of borrowers as requested by client.
It's just past few days, I came upon this issue with long names.
I would put a * and refer later in the page for full name(s) but the reviewer doesn't see it or maybe does but not acceptable.
 

Fernando

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My owner's name doesn't fit in the box even shrinking the font. I think of abbreviating the first names to fit.
I don't think it's as much a concern as the borrowers' name.
 
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