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Most FHA multifamily new construction and substantial rehabilitation programs are based on cost rather than value when sizing the mortgages. “As is” value of a substantial rehabilitation project will be the lesser of the value “as is”, reflecting actual occupancy and any restrictions on net operating income (NOI), or the purchase price at closing, if it is an arms-length acquisition transaction.

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