HUD-REAC 101: An Overview and Thorough Explanation of the Latest Updates


September 29, 2020


Kathi Markan

  1:00 PM ET | 12:00 PM CT | 10:00 AM PT | 90 Minutes

* Not able to attend the live session? We can arrange an on-demand session for You. Please call 1-951-801-2324


Do you want to learn more about HUD REAC Inspections and how to prepare your property for one?

This webinar is designed to discuss the fundamentals of REAC Compliance and the UPCS Inspection Protocols, as well as all of the recent updates and expected changes. This session includes a high-level review of the UPCS Inspection Code, REAC Scoring, the new rules and updates in 2020. This classroom session is a terrific resource for managers, maintenance, and executives who want to understand what needs to be addressed on their properties at all times to ensure that the property is well prepared at all times and non-compliance risks can be identified and eliminated.

Now, HUD has indicated a new series of changes to the inspection process, creating a new inspection protocol - NSPIRE - which promises to reinvent the inspection process. The new changes require so much more than new inspection checklist - it presents organizational challenges, including new demands on leadership and teamwork. We will review both what the future will bring and what needs to be done during the transition to NSPIRE.

This training will provide a general overview of the HUD-REAC inspection process and a thorough explanation of all new information disseminated by HUD to the REAC inspectors over the last few years as well as current news.

Area  covered in this session:

  • Overview of HUD-REAC inspection process
  • Preparing for REAC with 14-day Notice for Inspections
  • Latest rules - comprehensive discussion
  • Comprehending the HUD-REAC inspection process
  • Explaining the latest changes in the UPCS Protocol
  • Presenting what HUD considers a deficiency under the latest rules
  • How often will we be inspected?
  • What are Exigent Health and Safety Items and how are they mitigated?

Who Will Benefit:

  • Property Management
  • Maintenance
  • Executive staff involved in the HUD-REAC process
  • Affordable housing properties receiving some kind of HUD assistance and subject to REAC inspections