The REAC Impossible Newsletter Archives

June/July 2021, Volume 2, Number 4, REAC inspections to increase June 1, 2021, is Ash, REAC's new Sheriff, ready?

April/May 2021, Volume 2, Number 3, HUD REAC Inspections do not identity bad properties

February/March 2021, Volume 2, Number 2, REAC inspectors are unqualified and unsupervised 

January 2021, Volume 2, Number 1, REAC admits in Proposed Rule REAC Inspections are overly burdensome

December 2020, Volume 1, Number 12, New Guidance for Conducting Remote Video Inspections

November 2020, Volume 1, Number 11, REAC issues FAQ's regarding COVID Inspections

October 2020, Volume 1, Number 10, The Housing Issue in 2020

September 2020, Volume 1, Number 9, Housing industry pleads with HUD to postpone restarting REAC inspections

August 2020, Volume 1, Number 8, HUD to Resume UPCS Inspections

July 2020, Volume 1, Number 7, Effect of Repairs on subsidized residents' health

June 2020, Volume 1, Number 6, Wuhan Virus - What REAC Inspectors are Thinking During the HUD Inspection Shutdown

May 2020, Volume 1, Number 5, To Volunteer for NSPIRE, or not

April 2020, Volume 1, Number 4, Government is the world’s largest, most inefficient, least effective, and most self-protective organization

March 2020, Volume 1, Number 3, NSPIRE just another housing barrier

February 2020, Volume 1, Number 2, REAC denying Inspection score appeals dishonestly

January 2020, Volume 1, Number 1, REAC has decided that Properties are not keeping up with repairs thus putting residents' health and safety in jeopardy”