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USDA appraisal Requirements

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kimcha

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Just a note to my fellow Utah USDA appraisers. Please alway's include a plat map in your appraisals. A few are trying to get around that requirement, but it is a necessity. It is required by HUD 4150.2 and is a supplemental requirement by USDA. Thanks, you guy's and ladies do good work.
 

RSW

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Just a note to my fellow Utah USDA appraisers. Please alway's include a plat map in your appraisals. A few are trying to get around that requirement, but it is a necessity. It is required by HUD 4150.2 and is a supplemental requirement by USDA. Thanks, you guy's and ladies do good work.
I would like to see your source in the 4150.2 requiring a plat map.
 

kimcha

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I would like to see your source in the 4150.2 requiring a plat map.
Here you go: . It is found in 4150.2 Chapter 5-4


C. SAMPLE DOCUMENTATION
Section Supporting Data

Acceptance of assignment File memorandum

Property Description Legal description
Photographs
Floor plans
Tax map and information
Field notes from inspection
Listing information
Offer to purchase
 

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The plat map can be used but is not a requirement.
 
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