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HUD’s NSPIRE changes to REAC are on pace to roll out as of October 1, 2023. On October 19th, our Founding Partner, Scott Precourt, participated in a panel discussion at the NLHA Conference in Washington, DC, and received an update on the demonstration program. The Deputy Assistant Secretary of HUD REAC shared NSPIRE’s advancements through […]Read More
On June 17, 2022, HUD published an update in the Federal Register 24 CFR Parts 5, 92, 93, 200, 574, 576, 578, 880, 882, 884, 886, 888, 902, 982, 983, and 985 ([Docket Nos. 6086–N–02] – Request for Comments: National Standards for the Physical Inspection of Real Estate and Associated Protocols’ Comments will be accepted […]Read More
HUD recently published an update to seven proposed NSPIRE standards as part of the proposed NSPIRE protocols, which are currently being used in a demonstration program. It is important to remember that all NSPIRE standards currently being proposed will go into effect once a final rule has been published, which is expected in CY 2023 […]Read More
In response to inquiries, Multifamily Housing has received regarding the COVID-19 pandemic and REAC inspections, HUD created this flyer. The flyer outlines the rights and obligations of residents, owners, and agents when a REAC inspection is scheduled. This includes: Residents have the right to decline to have their unit inspected as part of a REAC inspection […]Read More
On January 31, 2022, HUD issued a notice (PIH Notice 2022-01), announcing that HUD will enforce the installation of carbon monoxide alarms or detectors in HUD-assisted housing by December 27, 2022. Essentially, this is the action plan of applying a law passed several years ago – The Carbon Monoxide Alarms Leading Every Resident To Safety Act […]Read More
HUD has created a “Return To Operations 2.0″ for REAC Inspections that attempts to address the backlog of REAC Inspections that accumulated during COVID. This Return to Operations includes the ” Big Inspection Plan”, which lays out a map towards addressing the tremendous inspection need. You can download a presentation from HUD REAC Secretary Ashlee […]Read More