TWO- PART REAC WEBINAR

June 16 & 18, 2020 10:00 AM (MDT)
 

Idaho Affordable Housing Management Association is pleased to announce our presentation of a two-part REAC webinar  through U.S. Inspection Group.The course will be taught by John Emery; a leading instructor for USIG.

Part 1 - June 16, 2020, 10:00 AM (MDT):


Understanding The Transition from UPCS to NSPIRE: The difference in standards is so great that you must start planning for this new protocol now. We will dig in and discover how very different this new NSPIRE protocol is from the decades old UPCS.
 
 25 Most Important REAC Defects: One simple word; “PRIORITY”. The UPCS contains over 300 different defects – but these 25 are THE most important to eliminate prior to your next REAC inspection.
 


Part 2 June 18, 2020, 10:00 AM (MDT):


Proper REAC Inspection Day Planning: All of those valuable resources that you exhausted in preparing for REAC might be wasted if you don’t plan the inspection day correctly as dozens of points can be lost quickly with just a few mistakes.
 
Writing the Perfect REAC Appeal: If you have desires of preventing huge point losses through the “pre-inspection” appeal or hope to claw points back after the inspection via the “post-inspection” appeal, we will discuss this step-by-step for every possible scenario.
 
Course fee, inclusive of both sessions:  $125.00 for IAHMA Members

                                                                   $150.00 for Non-Members

 

 


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About the instructor:

                            John Emery was one of HUD's original Certified REAC Inspectors back in the 90’s and later a HUD REAC Trainer. In 2000, John decided to ‘jump ship’ and use his UPCS expertise in assisting the affordable housing industry in preparing for these HUD/REAC inspections. He helped form US Inspection Group which is now the nation’s leading UPCS/REAC consulting firm with over 1500 clients in 45 states. John also is the author of USIG's best selling UPCS Guidebook that has been instrumental in housing finally having an understanding of REAC's confusing point system

$45.00 for IAHMA Members

$60.00 for IAHMA NON-Members