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which CB? can we tick 2?

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StephHigdem

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Subject is an FHA property; I have a dodgy roof with obvious leaking inside - CB3 subject to repair AND I have some serious cracking/settlement between the concrete blocks in the exterior walls - CB4 subject to inspection. Can I tick both boxes? I don't see why not; but thought I would check. Thanks
 

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Ms. Higdem,

Yes.

Webbed.
 

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Bottom of page D-34 of the revised Appendix D:


More than one box may be marked in the reconciliation section depending on the assignment and property conditions.
 

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Many thanks! (Do you have the guide memorized? that is MOST impressive!)
 

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I check two boxes all the time. There are diferent requirements for each check.
 

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Michael (Rex) tried to make us believe he had Appendix D engraved on his contact lenses but I recently found out he's been getting secret emails from Jerry Mayer at HUD.
 

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Jerry has me on the red phone short list. We hang out, talk shop, shoot the sheet... I'm angling for a gov't job, I need a retirement plan that doesn't include refrigerator boxes and bridge overpasses.:)
 

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It is obvious that CB3 and CB4 can be checked simultaneously.

If the appraisal requires both CB3 and CB4 and also has has numerous issues of cosmetic-related deferred maintenance (none of which individually impact MPS) that cumulatively lower the level of the property condition, would CB1 also be checked, with commensurate condition adjustments in the SCA, to reflect issues that do not require follow-up inspection because they do not fall within the MPS categories?

I'm probably confusing terms, but I have always equated "C2C" with "as is."
 
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StephHigdem

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Jerry - it was the dodgy comment, wasn't it? Nope, born & raised here, but the 5 years I spent is Australia still comes out in my speech/writing.

Thanks all for the comments!
 
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