Don't Let Inspectors Deduct Points for Five Common Site Conditions

Don't Let Inspectors Deduct Points for Five Common Site Conditions



Inspectors sometimes hit sites with inspection violations (what HUD calls “defects” or “deficiencies”) for conditions that aren’t actually violations or that the inspector shouldn’t have inspected in the first place. This happens because HUD’s inspection standards contained in its Dictionary of Deficiency Definitions aren’t always clear about what parts of a site are subject to inspection and what is and isn’t a violation. So different inspectors may interpret the same standard in different ways.

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