REAC has made important changes to the
physical inspection protocol.
The changes went into effect for Public Housing properties September 10, 2012 and January 1, 2013 for Multi-Family properties. Don't get caught unprepared for the best chance at the highest score possible without breaking the bank. To learn about these important changes, scoring and have all of the important REAC inspection information in one place order the following book by Hank Vanderbeek, MPA, CMI:
Nearly 4 million American families live in rental housing that is owned, insured or subsidized by HUD. To ensure that these families have decent housing HUD REAC conducts approximately 20,000 Physical Inspections each year.
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