HUD MAP & LEAN PCNA
CONNOR has established relationships with HUD offices across the country and has created working relationships between our clients and HUD. This has lead to hundreds of successful projects through the performance of on-site assessments and by providing for our clients HUD MAP 223(f) and HUD Lean 232 (f) / (a)(7) Physical Inspection Reports (PIR) that meet their needs and exceed their expectations.
HUD 221(d)4 - A&E / Cost Review
There from the beginning, right through to the end, a certified, qualified professional will be assigned to the individual project. He or she will be available for guidance, review, decision making and analysis, in relation to the architectural, engineering and cost review process and submission.
Performing complete and thorough Property Condition Assessments (PCA) utilizing sound engineering principles, historical experience and conformance to ASTM standards and published guidelines (ASTM E2018–08 - Standard Guide for Property Condition Assessments: Baseline Property Assessment Process). Providing reliable reporting for a variety of property types and clients, including, but not limited to, pre-purchase due diligence, commercial property refinancing and operations and management.
Fannie Mae PNA / Freddie Mac PCR
Site assessments that conform to “Fannie Mae Multifamily Physical Needs Assessment” (PNA) and “Freddie Mac Multifamily Engineering and Property Condition Report” (PCR), and which are vital to clients in their investment decision-making processes; assessments include, but are not limited to, pre-purchase due diligence, multifamily refinancing and foreclosure processing reviews.
USDA Rural Development CNA
Site assessments catered to meeting the standards and requirements in relation to the USDA’s Rural Development Capital Needs Assessment (CNA) program. CNA “provides consultations, assistance and funding opportunities for individuals and businesses located in rural communities.” – www.rurdev.usda.gov
State Housing Finance Authority Guidelines
CONNOR has provided many property condition assessments in accordance with the guidelines of various state housing finance authorities.
Phase I Environmental Site Assessment
Phase I Environmental Site Assessments are conducted in accordance
with HUD MAP/LEAN, Freddie Mac, Fannie Mae, and ASTM Standard E 1527-13 guidelines. In addition, CONNOR has experience in performing assessments in accordance with the environmental assessment requirements of over 150 private lending groups. The information CONNOR generates in a Phase I Environmental Site Assessment allows property owners, purchasers, and lenders to make informed decisions about property management, facility operations, future land use, investment and remedial actions. Environmental
Site Assessments for property transfers have been used to establish an “innocent landowner defense” for property owners and lending institutions. In addition to the specified report requirements, CONNOR provides services to complement the Phase I, such as identification of Asbestos-Containing Materials (ACM), Lead-Based Paint (LBP), and Radon Gas.
One-Mile Radius Regulatory Database Review
CONNOR has developed a streamlined report that can be used to determine whether a property or any properties in the immediate area are listed on applicable regulatory databases. This report is frequently utilized by lenders in lieu of a full Phase I ESA for properties that have an existing ESA on file, and can also be used to determine if a full Phase I ESA is necessary. CONNOR recommends that you consult with legal counsel to determine if this type of assessment is appropriate.
CONNOR performs reviews of existing ESAs to determine if they comply with HUD, Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac and private lender guidelines. CONNOR has developed a streamlined report to outline any deficiencies and provide recommendations to remedy any shortcomings. This product provides an extra level of confidence when reviewing existing environmental reports and
can prevent costly delays.
For further information, contact Tim Connor at firstname.lastname@example.org or 443-322-1222.