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Conquering REAC Compliance Workshop in Minneapolis May 23, 2019

Join us at Minnesota Multi-Housing Association (MHA) training center in Bloomington, MN for a full day of training on REAC Compliance. With all of the changes to the REAC Inspection Requirements in 2019, it is more important than ever to fully understand the regulations. REAC is now only providing limited notice prior to inspections (14 days) and is discussing new ways to increase scrutiny on physical standards. This training will discuss these new changes, and how the current rules work within the existing inspection model.

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