Commonly Noted Deficiencies

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FHA Appraisal - Commonly Noted DeficienciesCompleting Today’s FHA Appraisal – Commonly Noted Deficiencies

The last one ‘sold out’ quickly. Register today if you want to take this training:

August 12, 2021 | 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM (Mountain)

This training covers FHA appraisal requirements, including FHA appraisal protocol and policy as outlined in FHA’s Single Family Housing Policy Handbook 4000.1, the Appraisal Report and Data Delivery Guide (ARDDG), and relevant Mortgagee Letters. The training addresses common deficiencies noted in appraisal reviews performed by HUD staff appraisers for FHA forward mortgages, Home Equity Conversion Mortgages (HECM) and Real Estate Owned (REO) properties to determine areas of non-compliance with HUD/FHA regulations and policies. Note: This training is not eligible for Continuing Education Units (CEUs) for licensed appraisers. There is no charge for training courses offered by FHA.

Who Should Attend: Licensed appraisers of FHA-insured mortgages.

Jurisdictional Host: Denver Homeownership Center

Registration: Register here

Event Location: Webinar

Instructions: Advance registration is required no later than August 10, 2021. Registered attendees will receive a registration confirmation email with information to access the webinar and other details. Participation is limited to the first 500 registrants. For more information, email Carla.J.Manzanares@hud.gov.

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Dave Towne

AGA, MNAA, Accredited Green Appraiser - Licensed in WA State since 2003. Dave Towne on e-AppraisersDirectory.com

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  1. Avatar VA says:

    Thanks for the info…….but it was already full when I clicked the link.

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  2. Avatar Caleb says:

    Darn I’m too late! Anyone know when is the next webinar?

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