REAC - Site Inspection - Market Appeal


Market Appeal (Site)

 

Evaluate only those areas or structures that are under the control of the housing provider.

 

This inspectable item can have the following deficiencies:

  • Graffiti
  • Litter

 

Graffiti (Market Appeal – Site)

 

Deficiency: You see crude inscriptions or drawings scratched, painted, or sprayed on a building surface, retaining wall, or fence that the public can see from 30 feet away.

 

Note: There is a difference between art forms and graffiti. Do not consider full wall murals and other art forms as graffiti.

 

Level of Deficiency:

 

Level 1: You see graffiti in 1 place.

Level 2: You see graffiti in 2 to 5 places.

Level 3: You see graffiti in 6 or more places.

 

Litter (Market Appeal – Site)

 

Deficiency: There is a disorderly accumulation of objects on the property, especially carelessly discarded trash.

 

Note: Judge litter as you would judge the condition of a city park in America. Do not include these as litter:

  1. Litter left behind in the path of a recent garbage collection.
  2. Litter that maintenance personnel are collecting and removing during your inspection.

 

Level of Deficiency:

 

Level 1: N/A

Level 2: You see excessive litter on the property.

Level 3: N/A


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