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Physical Inspection

Nearly 4 million American families live in rental housing that is owned, insured or subsidized by HUD. To ensure that these families have housing that is decent, safe, sanitary and in good repair. REAC conducts approximately 20,000 physical inspections on properties each year.

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(NEW) DCD 4.0 Webpage

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(NEW) PASS 4.0 Scoring Final Notice (8/9/2012)

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(NEW) Protocol for scattered site properties: (There is no longer a difference between single-family and multi-family scattered site protocols.) 

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MF/PHA Training Videos

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Amendments to Steps for Submitting a Technical Review to become effective May 1, 2010.

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Public Housing Assessment System (PHAS): Asset Management Transition Year Information and Uniform Financial Reporting Standards (UFRS) Information

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Over the past several months, REAC has received questions from PHAs asking whether the upcoming REAC PASS physical inspections will be conducted based on a PHA's Annual Contribution Contracts (ACC) developments (More)

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Find out how to participate in the Reverse Auction Program:
The PIH-REAC Reverse Auction Program (RAP) is a process of securing inspection services for HUD assisted housing. The auction is conducted with the use of a reverse auction vendor website. More...

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