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Which phrase sounds better?

Which phrase sounds better

  • Summary Appraisal Complete Report

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wyecoyote

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Ok all which phrase sounds better and which do you utilize in your reports.
 

rtubbs

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Ryan, I really don't like any of the choices; my choice would be:

Summay Appraisal Report of a Complete Appraisal Analysis.
 

Jo Ann Meyer Stratton

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Arizona
On URAR:

Complete Appraisal / Summary Report

On 2055:

Limited Appraisal
(Summary Report is already pre-printed at the very top of the form)
 

Damon Pedersen

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Iowa
Ditto what Jo Ann said.

For URAR

Complete Appraisal / Summary Report

2055 is a Limited Appraisal

We dont need to act like lawyers and start re-arranging words to confuse people.

Damon
 

Damon Pedersen

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Ditto what Jo Ann said.

For URAR

Complete Appraisal / Summary Report

2055 is a Limited Appraisal

We dont need to act like lawyers and start re-arranging words to confuse people.

Damon
 

Verne Hebert

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Certified General Appraiser
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Montana
complete appraisal summary reportjavascript:emoticon(':idea:')
Idea
 

Mountain Man

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Georgia
"Complete Appraisal Analysis - Summary Appraisal Report" are at the top of my reports.
 

Blue1

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California
Yeah, "Complete Appraisal-Summary Report" gets my vote.
 

bobburnitt

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There are only six options under USPAP, they are:

Complete Appraisal Restricted Report

Complete Appraisal Summary Report

Complete Appraisal Selfcontained Report

Limited Appraisal Restricted Report

Limited Appraisal Summary Report

Limited Appraisal Selfcontained Report

And that is it, no matter whut. You can't call it anything else where I went to school.

BB in Texas
 

John SRA

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Jan 19, 2002
I look to Standard 2 and just do what it says.

First of all, there are three report types, and all reports must prominently state the report option that is utilized (2002, USPAP, lines 737, 738)

There is no requirement for the label to include the appraisal type, just the report type. Hence, the label “Summary Appraisal Report” is all that is needed. (Note: identifying the appraisal type is recommended in the AO, but is not required)

As long as the appropriate label is used, the appraiser may also additionally use any other label. (2002 USPAP, Lines 746-747). So, one might use the label “Detailed Summary Appraisal Report”.

The label I use is simply, Summary Appraisal Report

Best wishes
JC
 
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