How to Prepare Your Borrower for an FHA Appraisal: Commonly Seen Issues

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  • How to Prepare Your Borrower for an FHA Appraisal: Commonly Seen Issues

    Ordering an appraisal is usually the last step in the home buying process and often causes the borrower a great deal of stress. If not adequately prepared, the requirements to meet for an FHA loan can be extremely stressful. We have compiled a list of common issues that come up during an FHA appraisal that can be prepped beforehand to ensure a smooth inspection. Some items to be mindful of include: Smoke/Carbon Monoxide Detectors, Security Bars/Quick Releases, Swimming Pools, Heating and Cooling, Built-In Appliances, Railings/Stairs, Exposed Wood/Wires, Flooring/Carpet, Mold/Water Damage, Roof, Attic/Crawl Space, Garage Door, Utilities, Plumbing, and Chipped Paint.

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    About the Author:

    Michael Holmes is the Director of Client Services at Class Valuation. He is passionate about customer service, and wants to ensure the best client experience through constant communication and care. He can be reached at (248) 220-2536 or by email at mholmes@classvaluation.com.

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