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REAC Inspection Survival: Navigate New Rules & NIS Repair Challenges (AHA319A)

Presented by: Hank Vanderbeek, MPA, CMI
 
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1.0 CPE

Learn to Make the Highest-Scoring Impact With Your Repair Budget

Here’s the fundamental reason REAC inspections are a property owner’s nightmare:  REAC is forever changing the rules—and inspectors don’t always apply them consistently, especially when it comes to non-industry standard (NIS) repairs. Yet you’ll face significant penalties for UPCS non-compliance.

And the heat is definitely on at the moment: REAC is set to revamp its 20-year-old scoring system!

Join REAC inspection specialist Hank Vanderbeek to get a true insider’s guide to preparing for the proposed inspection protocol changes.  Plus, Vanderbeek will discuss the rules for making NIS repairs—a challenging area for property owners since even REAC inspectors themselves often don’t know what an acceptable repair looks like.

In this “survival guide” session, you will learn the difference between acceptable and unacceptable repairs— and you’ll discover exactly how REAC inspectors are interpreting NIS defects. Vanderbeek will provide numerous photo examples of high-score-earning repairs as well as unpublished photos used to train REAC Inspectors on NIS repairs. And he’ll address all types of problem areas—from doors, walls, floors, and ceilings to electric, fences, downspouts, sprinkler heads, vegetation, and erosion.

After attending, you’ll be confident in your understanding of NIS repair rules, basic REAC scoring structure, and the effect of defects on your score. You will be particularly prepared to mitigate high-point defects and earn a high score on your next inspection—all without busting your budget.

Session Highlights

In this instructive session, you will learn:

  • How to better prepare for a REAC inspection
  • What new rules are on the horizon—and what their impact will be
  • How to identify NIS repairs
  • How the (mis)application of NIS rules can affect your score 
  • What repairs REAC inspectors have difficulty identifying as defects
  • How to cope when a REAC inspector questions a licensed tradesman’s repair
  • Why a repaired defect is still a defect (e.g. a covered electrical panel hole is still a hole)
  • How to score high on a low budget (and avoid wasting money on improper repairs)
  • When and where to make capital improvements

Who Should Attend

  • Top management
  • Owners
  • Property managers
  • Maintenance supervisors
  • Support staff

At the Q&A session following the live event, ask a question and get a direct response from our expert speaker.

About Our Speaker(s)

Hank Vanderbeek | REAC Inspection training SpeakerHank Vanderbeek MPA, CMI
Hank Vanderbeek owns and manages a commercial and residential property inspection company since 2001, and has conducted inspections on thousands of residential and commercial properties for: HUD as a former Certified REAC Inspector, insurance companies, banks and home buyers. He authored several books and numerous art... More info

 
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