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poohbear

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I am new to FHA appraising, and am confused about if a VC form is mandatory in all reports, or when exactly I'm supposed to be using it?

Thanks in advance for your help.
 

Mr Rex

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VC forms are no longer required. Period. You attested to the fact that you were familiar with the FHA protocol when you applied. Apparently you were not 100% honest. Read 2005-48 and the attached revised Appendix D, 2005-34, 4150.2, and 4905.1 at a minimum. Sorry for the blunt response, but this is getting ridiculous.
 

TC

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I give up, again.

TC
 

leelansford

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You may use the VC form as your own personal "reminder", but it is not included in your report of the appraisal.
 

poohbear

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Thanks for your help. Sorry if it was such a stupid question, Mr Rex. I'm just trying to better myself by asking my peers a question so that I better understand.
 

Mr Rex

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A gentle question. What efforts did you make to assure you met the required FHA competence before you applied?

Not picking on you in particular, but you are exemplary of what the new FHA requirements have produced.

Good luck, PM any time you wish and I will point you in the right direction to the best of my ability.
 

Offshore

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I still think it's most important to give newcomers a warm, friendly, welcome to the forum hug. Some things are more important than correct answers.
 

Mr Rex

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From now on, you are the welcoming committee for the incoming short bus riders. I will give you a heads up when you need to attend to freshmen orientation, as you are currently too late to the party to keep them from puking their first experience all over the new shoes mama and daddy provided.
 
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