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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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09.14.2021
Scott Precourt | REAC Inspections

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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08.24.2021
Scott Precourt | REAC Inspections

HUD Releases an Amendment to COVID-19 Inspection Guidance

Notice: HUD has rescinded this notice under further notice. Please see the un-dated notice added to HUD’s website: On August 10, 2021, HUD released an Amendment to Coronavirus (COVID-19) Inspection Guidance. This guidance provides specific safety protocols for REAC Inspectors and updates some of the rules and regulations around scheduling for REAC Inspections. This notice ends […]

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04.27.2021
Scott Precourt | REAC Inspections

REAC Posts New COVID-19 Safety and Scheduling Procedures

On April 27, 2021, HUD released a revised Q&A document and Inspector Notice 2021-01 about REAC Inspections during COVID-19 and several other useful documents. As we mentioned last week, the “14-day Notice” rule is now being modified by having HUD REAC notify the property that an inspection is upcoming at least 28 days before the […]

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04.22.2021
Scott Precourt | REAC Inspections

REAC Inspections to Resume June 1, 2021

We received notice from our colleagues at NLHA today that REAC will resume UPCS physical inspections beginning on June 1. When this occurs, REAC will expand the 14-day notice of inspection to 28-days. HUD intends to prioritize high-risk properties and will inform affected owners beginning Monday, April 26, 2021. HUD has consulted with CDC to […]

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04.12.2021
Scott Precourt | REAC Inspections

REAC Inspection Return to Operations to be Revised

Earlier this month, HUD REAC sent a notice to currently certified REAC Inspectors on the status of the Return to Operations plan. As many may remember, HUD REAC technically returned to operations in October of 2020, however, the status of the pandemic made the resumption of inspections very limited. Now, with the status of the […]

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04.08.2021
Scott Precourt | REAC Inspections

HUD NSPIRE Standards Version 2.1 Released

HUD REAC has published an update to the NSPIRE standards – which is version 2.1. The previous version was 1.3, and in this new version, some of the standards in the previous versions have been changed dramatically, some subtly, and others have remained essentially as previously proposed. This update of the NSPIRE standards provides industry […]

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