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Re: Importing Comps from MLS

I'm really not qualified to speak to this since I don't import from MLS BUT...when I import from the comps data base it puts comps in the 7 -9 and 10 - 12
Alisa McKeel Willson
3:21 PM
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Re: Importing Comps from MLS

You were right. I had lots of lines,boxes pre-filled. I’ve deleted them and will give it a try. If it works then I’ll clean up the other templates.
    Bull Durham
    2:14 PM
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    Re: Importing Comps from MLS

    Thanks Michael......I’ll check that out and report back. Bull From: mailto:Total2000UsersGroup@yahoogroups.com Sent: Sunday, May 24, 2015 2:28 PM To:
      Bull Durham
      2:06 PM
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      Re: Importing Comps from MLS

      Bull, I to had same multi page input problem. After playing a little I discovered the extra pages happen when there is any data in comp grid pages. I
        Michael Powers
        12:28 PM
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        Importing Comps from MLS

        I’m wondering if this is a common problem? I’m using TOTAL. My template on each new report contains 6 comps (page 2 of the report + 1 additional comps
        Bull Durham
        12:09 PM
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        149179

        Griffin Technology Case for IPAD AIR2

        Can someone please tell me which case from Griffin Technologies is best for the IPAD AIR2. They have one called Survivor Cross Grip that has a shoulder strap
        wadejern
        7:06 AM
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        149178

        Re: FHA - untreated wood (plywood) on outside covered porch

        No, I would just note that it is not sealed. What will happen in the future is not what is now.......... A roof will eventually leak, etc.... On Fri, May 22,
        Judy Wheeler
        May 22
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        Re: FHA - untreated wood (plywood) on outside covered porch

        Pam, Was this an FHA? If so, HUD REQUIRES all exterior surfaces with a contributory value to be painted, unless they are naturally water resistant. Period. So,
        Bill Streep
        May 22
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        Re: FHA - untreated wood (plywood) on outside covered porch

        If it is covered and the rain doesn't come in, it will last a long long time. I would call it as the condition it is in now. To give you an idea how long it
        p Nalley
        May 22
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        Re: FHA - untreated wood (plywood) on outside covered porch

        Perfect....thank you!!  Pamela DeSimone PA Cert Res Real Estate Appraiser 412-744-4530 Office 412-849-4532 Cell pam@... From: "'Ron Hanz'
        Pamela
        May 22
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        Re: FHA - untreated wood (plywood) on outside covered porch

        Pamela: I probably wouldn’t as long as there is no rot present now. I believe I would point out your concern and require the plywood be painted or treated
        Ron Hanz
        May 22
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        FHA - untreated wood (plywood) on outside covered porch

        I'm doing an appraisal on an older house, low dollar value, and the covered front porch is plywood, not treated wood.  Would you call this a safety/sanitary
        Pamela
        May 22
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        149172

        Re: Nikon CoolPix

        I have a Coolpix L30 and I had to buy a cable on eBay to connect from the camera to a USB port on my computer. It was only a couple of bucks but you will have
        Matt Cook
        May 19
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        Re: Fraud? or Not Fraud?... That is the question.

        Hmmm... I would not call it "equity" if I were to comment on it in the appraisal. Per Wikipedia: "In accounting and
        Sarah Vetault
        May 18
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        Re: Fraud? or Not Fraud?... That is the question.

        I know it is difficult to tell a client 'no', but this is just silly.If I did amend the report with a comment about the gift letter, I would make sure
        Jim Shoe
        May 18
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