REAC Inspections Boot Camp II (Advanced and Appeals)

Venue: Online

Location: Durham, North Carolina, United States

Event Date/Time: Jun 06, 2013 / 1:00 pm - (EST) End Date/Time: Jun 06, 2013 / 2:00 pm - (EST)
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Register now for Part II of our REAC inspections audio-conference series in which our expert speaker and rescuer of failing REAC properties, Hank Vanderbeek, will uncover several key elements of the REAC process, teach you to prepare for important inspection items, and guide you to a thorough understanding of how REAC tallies a score—and how to appeal an incorrect score.

You don’t have to see your next REAC inspection as an automatic drain on your property budget. It is possible to prepare wisely—and cost effectively—to present inspectors with a compliant property. Whether you’re an owner, property manager, or site manager, you will benefit from taking an in-depth look at the REAC inspection process—from preparing a property, to understanding your score, to leveraging the post-inspection appeals process.

In this information-packed program, you will learn:

  • Where to focus your resources
  • What inspection items are most important to HUD
  • The ins and outs of the REAC scoring methodology
  • Why your property’s grounds are crucial to a good score
  • Why health & safety defects can hurt your score
  • How  to gain control of your inspection
  • How to write a winning appeal
  • Your rights in a REAC Inspection


2222 Sedwick Drive
North Carolina
United States

Conference Speakers

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).

Additional Information

This presentation is appropriate for all industry professionals, including owners, property managers, maintenance supervisors, and support staff, will benefit from this expert strategy session.

Presentation materials will include photos of actual property defects. After attending this conference, you will be much better prepared to get a high score on your next REAC inspection. You will understand why REAC conducts inspections, how to prepare for REAC inspections for a lot less money, and where to find the information you need to be a REAC expert.