HUD Uniform Physical Condition Standards Checklist Mobile App
The HUD Uniform Physical Condition Standards (UPCS) Checklist Form mobile app is designed for use when inspecting different types of affordable housing structures.
How does it work?
The UPCS standards must be met by real estate owners applying to the public housing agency for acceptance to the program.
The HUD inspection checklist was designed to help meet the building requirements set forth by the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). Useful for apartment building inspections, multifamily housing reviews and commercial building assessment, the housing quality standards app provides a simple way for any building inspector or property owner to conduct a physical inspection of a house or multi-family housing unit. The app is also an effective training tool for public housing inspectors.
It's the easiest way for building inspectors, property inspection professionals and others who deal with affordable housing structures to conduct thorough inspections of houses and housing units under Section 8 status for affordable housing.
The inspector can follow UPCS inspection protocol using the checklist to ensure that the physical condition of the multifamily properties meets HUD programs.
Inspection points include: smoke detectors, building exterior, and carbon monoxide and other potential health and safety hazards. Notes and pictures of the inspected units can be included to identify repairs needed or to highlight any areas of note.
The perfect alternative to the paper UPCS inspection checklist! With the HUD inspection app, you can ensure that all public housing properties meet HUD building codes. All information is saved safely and securely to the GoCanvas Cloud and is easily accessible from any smartphone or tablet. The app allows generation of a full inspection report that can be emailed, printed or saved electronically for your records or for the public housing authorities.
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