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Comprehensive Needs Assessment (HUD/USDA)

A capital needs assessment (CNA) is a systematic assessment to determine a property's physical capital needs over the next 20 years based upon the observed current physical conditions of a property. The CNA report provides a year-by-year estimate of capital replacement costs over this 20-year period for use by the property owner and USDA Rural Development (RD) personnel in planning the reserve account for replacements and other funding to cover these costs.

All work will be performed in accordance with RD's “Capital Needs Assessment Statement of Work" and the "Fannie Mae Physical Needs Assessment Guidance to the Property Evaluator. Criterium-Mooney Engineers has experience working with USDA and providing CNA reports that conform to their requirements. Contact our office to discuss your community and to obtain a proposal.