Arm Yourself With the Knowledge, Tools, and Expert Advice to Prepare for a REAC Inspection!

Gain advantage over picky inspectors by staying current on REAC’s constantly-shifting rules.

Get the latest changes of how REAC conducts inspections and what it expects of properties and understand why the REAC inspection is more penal than other HUD physical inspection protocols with our 6-in-1 Bestseller REAC Bundle

The Real Estate Assessment Center (REAC) inspections are pretty serious business and are no fun at all. The ever-changing REAC rules, and inspectors’ widely varying interpretations of those rules make inspections feel like a free-for-all and exceedingly tough to survive unscathed. If you feel like the decks are stacked against you, you are not alone – and you’re not entirely wrong either. That’s’ why you need all the help you can get to keep your REAC scores up.

Our exclusive 6-in-1 Bestseller REAC Bundle will cover all the important aspects of the REAC inspection process, from the mission and goals of the agency charged with conducting the inspections, and the pre-inspection inspector rules of conduct and protocols, to the structure of an actual REAC inspection. You will learn how to properly prepare your property for the inspection, and you’ll find out what the most important items are in preparing for the inspection, including photos of new defects at an incredible price of $499.

Property owners, managers, supervisors and the top management will get to know what’s at stake and how to prepare for it to avoid making costly mistakes.

There’s more! You and your team will also have the privilege of going through 10+ real life REAC case studies which will help you gain a strong understanding of the process REAC utilizes to generate a score for the inspection.

Session 1: Sound Planning and UPCS Rules Familiarity Equals High REAC Scores I Length: 60 minutes

Part A – Planning For and Experiencing a REAC Inspection

  • How inspectors are chosen and assigned inspections, supervision, role of supervisors, and the inspector’s responsibilities (business rules)
  • Paperwork needed for an inspection, cancelling/postponing an inspection, and effect of in-process repair work
  • Choosing units/buildings for inspections, uninspectable units
  • The right and wrong way to escort an inspector
  • What happens after the inspection, when a score is issued, and the 20-point rule
  • Appealing for a reinspection
  • Competent escorting/shadowing

Part B – REAC UPCS Compliance

  • The Federal Register
  • The dictionary
  • The Comp Bulletin
  • Memoranda on failed inspections, etc.
  • QA conference calls
  • REAC training
  • Consultants’ training
  • Inspection training

Session 2: REAC Impossible I Scoring Simplified | Length: 90 minutes

Part A – High Point Site Defects Means Starting With an 85

  • REAC defect and points analysis
  • Case study: Trip in fenced area at MI property
  • Case study: Gopher hole appeal allowed

Part B – High Point Unit Defect Identification

  • Single versus multi building effect on points
  • Prioritizing unit repairs (remove doors, garbage disposals, sink sprayers, bath heaters, screen doors, etc.)
  • Checklist to never miss unit defects
  • Case study: Misapplied sink stopper rule costs property 15 points

Part C – Fire Protection

  • Sprinkler types and function: Defects, cleaning versus replacing, and scoring
  • Fire extinguisher types and function: Defects, storing, scoring
  • Fire hoses: Defects, scoring
  • Smoke detector types: Scoring
  • Case study: F/E hiding in back room at NW property
  • Case study: A sprinkler defect appeal allowed
  • Case study: A fire extinguisher appeal denied

Session 3: Troublesome UPCS and NIS Defects Studied | Length: 90 minutes

Part A – REAC Inspectors’ Difficulty with Applying Defects

  • REAC Impossible: 15 most misapplied deficiencies
  • Case study: Roof ballast defect misapplication in NYC
  • Case study: Loose toilets stay loose
  • Case study: Reachable call-for-aid strings
  • Case study: Abandoned call-for-aid denied
  • Door defects are cited most: Prioritize

Part B – NIS (Non-Industry Repairs) Blow up Inspection Standards

  • NIS Rules, subjectivity, authority, confusion
  • Building exteriors (walls, foundations, gutters)
  • Inspectors making false statements about defects
  • Developing a REAC maintenance plan

Part C – Health and Safety Most Important

  • Exigent H&S defects and analysis
  • Electric misunderstood
  • Case study: Garbage disposal electrical hazard appealed
  • Sewer and drain covers: BIG points!
  • Case study: Appeal denied for damaged drain covers

Session 4: REAC Inspection Training: Windows and Doors Defects | Length: 60 minutes

Session Highlights

  • How to be better prepared to get a high score on your next REAC inspection without spending too much
  • Current information on how REAC conducts doors and windows inspections
  • The important rule changes related to doors and windows
  • How the windows and door rule changes will affect your score
  • The non-industry standard repair policy for doors and windows
  • Why doors are the #1 inspected item
  • Why windows are misunderstood by REAC inspectors
  • Prioritizing window and door repairs
  • The difference between a Section 8 UPCS inspection and a non-section UPCS inspection regarding doors and windows
  • How and where to make capital improvements
  • Where to focus resources and better prioritize repairs
  • How to manage REAC inspectors’ inspection of doors and windows

Session 5: REAC Inspection Revised Rules Effective October 2, 2017 | Length: 75 minutes

Session Highlights

  • Learn about the important October 2, 2017 rule changes
  • Learn how the new rule will affect your property
  • The legality of and effect of non-industry standard repair policy
  • The UPCS with the UPCS-V inspection programs compared
  • What the new REAC escort rule means to you
  • Why REAC thwarts your efforts to do well on inspections

In Addition: The REAC Inspection Handbook 2018!

Learning Points

  • Which common defects will cost you the most points – and how to fix them
  • How to make sense of the UPCS  and evolving definitions
  • How to properly handle a REAC inspection from start to finish
  • What tools to use to get your property ready for inspection day
  • What to do post-inspection – decoding your score, what to fix first, and how to avoid making defects worse
  • Why you should keep your eyes peeled for these common inspector mistakes
  • What your appeal rights are—and whether you stand a chance of success

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