Hank Vanderbeek is an expert in REAC inspections, REAC appeals, REAC repair work, and home and commercial inspections. He has conducted inspections on thousands of residential and commercial properties for HUD (as a former Certified Inspector), insurance companies, banks, and home buyers. Mr. Vanderbeek is currently owner and manager of a commercial and residential property inspection company. He has authored hundreds of articles and several books, including REAC Inspections, Achieving Success Without Breaking the Bank (December 2012).
The Real Estate Assessment Center (REAC) has substantial penalties for Uniform Physical Condition Standards (UPCS) noncompliance. It is crucial for property owners, managers and maintenance staff to know how to stay in compliance. This live boot camp by REAC expert Hank Vanderbeek will provide you with the opportunity to ask specific questions related to UPCS inspections, so you are assured that you are following the laws. Hank will also take up other critical concerns such as vital aspects related to your property's maintenance staff.
This event will cover all the important aspects of the REAC inspection process, from the mission and goals of the agency charged with conducting the inspections, and the pre-inspection inspector rules of conduct and protocols to the structure of an actual REAC inspection. You will learn how to properly prepare your property for the inspection, and you'll find out what the most important items are in preparing for the inspection, including photos of new defects. Through Hank's thorough discussion on the scoring structure, uou will also gain a strong understanding of the process REAC utilizes to generate a score for the inspection. Lastly, you will learn the recent UPCS rule changes, application and interpretation. You will also learn the recent UPCS rule changes, application and interpretation.
Length: 60 minutes | Time: 11:30 am - 12:30 pm ET
Part A – Planning For and Experiencing a REAC Inspection (25 minutes)
Part B – REAC UPCS Compliance (25 minutes)
Part C – Q&A (10 minutes)
Session Break: 12:30 pm - 1:00 pm ET
Length: 90 minutes | Time: 1:00 pm - 2:30pm ET
Part A – High Point Site Defects Means Starting With an 85 (25 minutes)
Part B – High Point Unit Defect Identification (25 minutes)
Part C – Fire Protection (25 minutes)
Part D – Q&A (10 minutes)
Session Break: 2:30 pm - 3:00 pm ET
Length: 90 minutes | Time: 3:00 pm - 4:30 pm ET
Part A – REAC Inspectors' Difficulty with Applying Defects (25 minutes)
Part B – NIS (Non-Industry Repairs) Blow up Inspection Standards (25 minutes)
Part C – Health and Safety Most Important (25 minutes)
Part D – Q&A (15 minutes)