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Real Estate Assessment Center (REAC)

The Real Estate Assessment Center's (REAC) mission is to provide and promote the effective use of accurate, timely and reliable information assessing the condition of HUD's portfolio; to provide information to help ensure safe, decent and affordable housing; and to restore the public trust by identifying fraud, abuse and waste of HUD resources. More...
 

System Upgrade Release Schedule

PIH-REAC System Upgrade Release Schedule:

  • Friday, October 31, 2014 - 8pm EST
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  • (NEW) The Housing Choice Voucher (HCV) Inspection Oversight Division is tasked with improving the Housing Quality Standards (HQS) used by HUD to evaluate the habitability of federally subsidized housing units. Learn more...

  • (NEW) Waivers Submitted to REAC-NASS: All requests for waiver of due dates for audited submissions or extension of time to submit unaudited financial reports pursuant to Departmental regulations MUST BE addressed and submitted to the local field office Director by the Housing Authority/Agency Executive Director.

  • Under the National Disaster Recovery Framework/Federal Disaster Recovery Coordination, HUD has been designated the Coordinating Agency for examination of housing-related issues and unmet housing needs after a major disaster declaration working closely with primary agencies and supporting organizations.  Under the NDRF/FDRC, in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy, HUD and the Housing Recovery Support Function were tasked with developing the Housing Recovery Support Strategy.  The Housing RSS supports State and local efforts with regards to the preservation, rehabilitation, and development of housing in impacted communities.  Recommendations include support for public housing resiliency measures by PHAs to mitigate against future storms, which may be of interest to a wide audience of PHAs, not just PHAs directly impacted by Hurricane Sandy in New York.  For further information, please click here (see Chapter 3 of the anthology – Housing).

  • Secure Systems Access Disabled after 90-days of Inactivity -  HUD Handbook 2400.25, revision 1, Section 5.1 states, "User IDs will are disabled after a period of inactivity of no more than 90 days." Secure Systems will start implementing this policy starting November 1st, 2007, therefore all Secure Systems users must log on to Secure Systems to prevent the disabling of their account due to inactivity. If your account is disabled, please contact the Technical Assistance Center to reactivate your account.
     
  • PIH 2006-33 [Related supplement] Changes in Financial Management and Reporting Requirements for Public Housing Agencies Under the New Operating Fund Rule (24 CFR Part 990); Interim Instructions. More related notices...
     
  • PDF Reports in Schedule/View Inspections - Issue Resolved: As of May 1, 2006, the technical issue that prevented access to Inspection Summary Reports and Investor Reports via the "Schedule/View Inspections" link in Secure Systems has been resolved. Please contact the Technical Assistance Center(TAC) at 1-888-245-4860 if further assistance is required.
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