4. Take a clear photograph (in addition to the standard appraisal photos) of each diagonally opposite front and rear corner of the house to record adequate grading and drainage of the site; and
5. Make a statement on the appraisal report of the acceptance of the grading and drainage.
If the property is under construction and NOT 100% complete at time of appraisal:
The appraiser must have a complete set of the plans and specifications and the Builder Certification in order to do the appraisal (as described in Section C).
The appraiser will perform the appraisal and call for a final inspection to be completed by a FHA Fee Inspector; or, when applicable, the local authority or equivalent. The appraiser will make the following statement on the appraisal report: “Property under construction; complete according to submitted construction exhibits.”
When the final inspection is completed by a fee inspector, the inspection will include photographs as noted in Item 1 above along with a statement on the HUD-92051 as follows: “This is a newly completed dwelling that was not completed under HUD or VA inspections. The dwelling appears to be in conformance with the submitted construction exhibits.” Refer to HUD Handbook 4145.1 Section 6-3.
The Department requires that during a final
inspection otherwise, the property is not 100% complete.
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