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Pass Your Next REAC Inspection with Our Pre-REAC Inspection Services

Our Pre-REAC Inspection Service gives you the exact information you’ll need to not only pass but get a great score on your next REAC Inspection. We are the nation’s premier REAC consulting firm because we help you and your staff to understand how the REAC Inspection process works. Our inspection consultants take their time and explain the process, the REAC scoring model, and the what and the why of the HUD rules. Even if you have funding issues or time constraints, we can make a significant difference in how your property will score.

Pre-REAC Inspections can help you create a plan for getting through your inspection and creating long-term solutions. You can use REAC scoring as a guide to prioritize which items need to be done first and understand what items are safety-related so you can fix them right away.  Our Pre-REAC Inspection will get your staff on a solid path towards success, without all the stress and anxiety that typically comes with preparing for REAC Inspections.

Never Fail a REAC Again

If you cannot afford to fail an upcoming REAC Inspection or simply never want to fail, our Pre-REAC Inspection service will show you exactly what you need to do to prepare. Our Inspection Consultants use the most up-to-date inspection protocol when they perform their Pre-REAC Inspection of your property. We keep our Inspection Consultants current on REAC Inspection Requirements, incorporating changes such as the “Non-Industry Repair” rules which require a new level of scrutiny on REAC Inspections. If it has been several years, or even several months since your last inspection, you may be preparing your property based upon outdated inspection rules.

Why Have Us Conduct a Pre-REAC Inspection?

REAC Compliance is about more than just knowing tricks to get through a single inspection. US Housing Consultants’ team of Pre-REAC inspectors have a well-earned reputation of being the most thorough and detailed inspectors in the industry. But they are more than just great inspectors, they also take the time to provide hands-on training during the inspection, to explain why something is an issue and the best ways to address it.  We make sure that our inspection consultants are the most experienced and professional representatives —delivering excellence in every inspection. 

Preparing for REAC Inspections with 14-Day Notice Rule

HUD announced in 2019 that REAC Inspections would now only get 14-Day Notice prior to the inspection. Over the last twenty years of REAC Inspections, many owners and management agents had developed operating procedures which were essentially last-minute maintenance fire drills in place of good management. With this change, HUD wants owners and managers of Multifamily and Public Housing properties to develop ways to be inspection-ready every day. Our Pre-REAC Inspections will provide you and your management team the best resource available, to empower site staff to be best prepared year-round for REAC Inspections with first-class maintenance and procedures year-round. 

Instant Reporting – Including a Review with the Inspector

Get a complete Pre-REAC/UPCS Inspection from one of our trained and dedicated inspectors and get your detailed results at the end of the inspection. Our inspector will email you the report as soon as the inspection is done, and then review the report with you, explaining how to read and work with the report and answer any questions that might arise. The combination of our experience and expertise creates a level of quality that is unmatched in the industry.

US Housing Consultants’ Pre-REAC services provide you with:

  • Reports that provide specific details, notes, and instructions within minutes of the completion of our inspection of your property
  • A photograph report that shows you the most serious or difficult to find items in a simple PDF and Excel report
  • Detailed explanations of why a deficiency was recorded and some of the best practices for making practical corrections
  • Unparalleled experience and expertise in assessing worst-case scenarios and how to deal with them
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