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JoeGermade

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I received an assignment from an attorney on a co-op. I have been using the General purpose forms for all of my residential attorney work. The only form I have for a co-op is the FNMA form.
 

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I received an assignment from an attorney on a co-op. I have been using the General purpose forms for all of my residential attorney work. The only form I have for a co-op is the FNMA form.

Fill out the FNMA report as you would normally do and then do a semi narrative report and use Snag-it (www.snagit.com) to put the parts of the form you want into a word document. Then add your own certification, limiting conditions etc, which you may be able to get from the general purpose form.
 
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Or maybe use the FNMA Co-op form, with the GP certification and limiting conditions -- along with a comment as to why you've mixed and matched.
 

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I would use the FNMA co-op form, and remove all references to mortgage lending, FNMA, form numbers, etc., with Adobe. You could also usr the old 1004c with the Coop project addendum I suppose...
 
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