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Use Uad Site Size Convention When Submitting 1004c To Client

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VolcanoLvr

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I got my knuckles whacked because on the 1004C Manufactured form I reported the site size as 4.57 Acres +/-. HUD's new electronic portal demands the site size be shown just like it is in a UAD form report: 4.57 Ac

Does anyone have a document showing exactly what HUD/FHA's EAD reporting conventions are....despite certain forms not being UAD compliant?

By the way....they did NOT require the quality and condition be shown as Q or C number. The 'old' words that FNMA "banned" can still be used for those rating descriptions.
 

DWiley

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Does anyone have a document showing exactly what HUD/FHA's EAD reporting conventions are....despite certain forms not being UAD compliant?

Yes. HUD does :) Search for the Appraisal Report and Data Delivery Guide.
 

residentialguy

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Danny, why would they want partial UAD reporting? Or is OP not doing the report correctly with the Cond and Qual etc?
 

CANative

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Just happened to have the data guide open...

FHA 1004c lot.JPG
 

CANative

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Whoa! We can use square meters? I'm there (just to annoy an underwriter.)

meh... Puerto Rico. Nevermind.
 

djd09

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They have square as a description. How many 100 X 100 lots have i seen. None.
 

CANative

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I see lots of square lots. Double lots in old subdivisions usually.
 

CANative

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Also on 160 acre tracts. Quarter section.
 
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