Missouri Chapter of NAHRO

Call us at 940-521-9982

You will find that our training isn’t like anything you’ve attended before…our unrelenting goal is to make you a High Performer! The difference in UPCS and the NSPIRE standards is so great that you must start planning for this new protocol now.

We have been conducting REAC prep classes since the inception of REAC, having trained both inspectors and housing agencies nationwide. Our exclusive training class is formatted to make the most of your valuable time. Whether you plan on inspecting your units with your own staff or outsource the inspections, you will find that this training will educate your staff allowing you to maximize your REAC score without breaking the bank. Our training will include an in-depth review of the ENTIRE NSPIRE protocol coupled with a detailed study of the each inspectable areas. Using hundreds of actual photos, our instructor will educate you on what to look for in EVERY area of your property.

Summary of Training:

Our instructor (one of the nation’s first REAC Certified Instructors) will educate you on every aspect of the NSPIRE) …including years’ worth of “tricks” and helpful tips on preparing for the REAC inspection.

Who should attend:

Everyone from the seasoned property manager to the newest maintenance mechanic

Items Provided (for each participant):

  • Exclusive Inspection GuideBook - The industry’s only field chart with easy to understand inspection standards for all 3 inspectable areas.
  • Electronic File Containing Valuable REAC Material - This file contains all recent REAC Updates, NSPIRE Definitions, Compilation Bulletin, Appeal Forms and Instructions, and much, much more.
  • Proficiency Exam and Certificate - Each participant that passes the Proficiency Exam will receive an NSPIRE Proficiency Certificate
  • Hands-On Experience (in-field) - With the assistance of the staff we will inspect several building exteriors, systems, common areas and units. We will “put into practice” what we have learned regarding NSPIRE and setting proper priorities