Make Residents Clean Units that Fail Inspection

Many owners and managers of assisted sites use leases that give them the right to conduct periodic inspections of units to discover unsafe and unsanitary conditions and unreported maintenance problems. Early detection of these and similar situations can help prevent problems, such as insect and rodent infestations, offensive odors, major repair jobs, and flooding, says Mark Chrzanowski, a compliance specialist at the Gene B. Glick Company and an expert in HUD rules.

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