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Narrative Appr. Certification

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Jeff Horton

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Doing yet another narrative and something occurred to me. In the standard URAR for Fannie Mae I think we all include the Appraiser Cert page and Statement of limiting conditions. Do any of you include that or perhaps a take off of that in your narratives?

I think I have all the bases covered but it was several years ago I set up my narrative template. which I am constantly tweaking, so I am not certain if I have all my based covered now. I am going to review that in a while.

Anyway, I just wondered what others were doing. Never too old to learn something new!
 

sam strahan

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I would include it. hey i am new at this though. i am new but learning things that are old. might even grab the new 3 year history on subject property.
 

Geoff Hatcher

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I have a seperate Certificate of Appraisal which I update annually based on the current USPAP requirements as it seems to change annually, also include the require AI certification. My limiting conditions are similar plus a few.
 

Carnivore

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Geoff,

USPAP 2003 is pretty clear on this.

Line 974

also

standard 2-3
 

Richard J. Glesser

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I developed mine using the 1004 Cert & Limiting Conditions as a guide and elaborating where I felt necessary for commercial assignments. I know I expanded upon the Environmental Disclaimer specifically. :usa:
 

Jeff Horton

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Originally posted by Andrew - Charlotte@Jul 7 2003, 10:43 AM
Geoff,

USPAP 2003 is pretty clear on this.

Line 974

also

standard 2-3
Thanks for the reference to the standards. I had forgotten about that 'check list' of minimum requirements. Did a quick review and I found one item missing and changed that in my template!

Also, I had the required cetification in my reports. Was really refering to the extra stuff in the URAR cert. pages.
 

Frederick R. Ruffell

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Also,
for Verbal reports you must put a signed copy of the certs. in the workfile. ;)
 

Mike Garrett RAA

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It isn't an appraisal without a certification! :)
 
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