About Appraisal Logging
  Before Appraisal Logging  
  Using Appraisal Report Forms  

All appraisals performed for FHA-insured mortgages must be reported on one of the following appraisal reporting forms, based on the property type:

Property Type
One-unit single family dwelling

Uniform Residential Appraisal Report
Fannie Mae Form 1004
Freddie Mac Form 70

Individual condominium unit
Individual Condominium Unit Appraisal Report
Fannie Mae Form 1073
Freddie Mac Form 465
Manufactured home

Manufactured Home Appraisal Report
Fannie Mae Form 1004C
Freddie Mac Form 70B

Two- to four-unit single family dwelling

Small Residential Income Property Appraisal Report
Fannie Mae Form 1025
Freddie Mac Form 72

Note: An appraisal may be extended up to 120 days from the effective date of the original appraisal. The Appraisal Update and/or Completion Report (Fannie Mae 1004D) is completed for this extension period.


After the appraisal is performed, use information from the appropriate appraisal form to a) upload an electronic appraisal using the FHA's Electronic Appraisal Delivery (EAD) portal (required for case numbers assigned on/after 06/27/2016 and optional for case numbers assigned 04/11/2015 through 06/26/2016) or, b) enter appraisal information on the Appraisal Logging page using the FHA Connection (may be used for case numbers assigned prior to 06/27/2016).

You can find Appraisal Report forms via the HUDCLIPS link on the FHA Connection Main Menu page.



  Before Appraisal Logging:  
  Appraisal Logging Authorization  
  Using Appraisal Report Forms  
  During Appraisal Logging:  
  Tips for Entering an Appraisal  
  HECM Appraisals  
  Second Appraisals  
  Electronic Appraisals  
  After Appraisal Logging:  
  Reviewing Appraisal Information  
  Updating Appraisal Information  
  Property Flipping:  
  What Is Property Flipping?  
  What Is HUD Doing about Property Flipping?  

Property Flipping and Appraisal Logging