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What to Do When a Property Fails a REAC Inspection

When a property fails a REAC Inspection, the property owners and managers often take it personally. It can feel like a gut punch, and often the initial response is defensive. A defensive response is entirely normal; it’s even human. However, this response often gets property owner’s in trouble. So, the question is: what should you […]

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Scott Precourt | HUD and Tax Credit Compliance

New Category Added to SAVE Verification

New Category Added to SAVE Verification for DACA  The Department of Homeland Security’s SAVE system stands for Systematic Alien Verification for Entitlements. All Multifamily property managers use this system to check the legal background of individuals applying for housing assistance. HUD has just been advised that in June 2012, DHS, through the United States Congress, […]

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Scott Precourt | REAC Inspections

REAC & Reasonable Accommodations

Reasonable Accommodations – Missing/Disabled Appliances on REAC Inspections Over the last few months, we have received a number of questions from clients and from attendees at our conferences and speaking engagements about “reasonable accommodations during UPCS Inspections”. Most commonly the question has been related to stoves that have been removed or disabled due to a […]

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Scott Precourt | REAC Inspections

HOME Program Switches to UPCS Inspection Protocol

HOME Program Adopts UPCS Inspection Standard The 2013 Rule confirms the adoption of Uniform Physical Condition Standards (UPCS), a uniform national inspection standard established by HUD. This protocol determines whether housing is decent, safe, sanitary, and in good repair or not. The rule adopting UPCS for the HOME program will impact both existing HOME-assisted housing, […]

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