The Real Estate Assessment Center inspection scheduled last month on Rota's Liyo ubdivision was postponed anew.
Kimo Rosario, manager of the Marianas Housing Corp.'s Program and Housing Division, informed the agency's board that the delay is due to the limited flights to Rota.
The inspection on the Rota subdivision was originally scheduled in September, during which REAC inspector William Wong also inspected Saipan's Mihaville and Koblerville, which both scored 88 out of the 100-point system, and Tinian's Broadway subdivision, which garnered 97 points.
Because of the lack of flights, the Rota inspection was moved to January 2013.
Rosario said they are ready for the inspection any time, having done their own inspection.
The Liyo subdivision has a total of 30 units, of which only 21 are occupied.
“I'm confident we're going to get a good rating because we've done major work in addressing all previous deficiencies,” he told Saipan Tribune.
Rosario noted that the agency made sure that essential appliances such as refrigerator and electrical range are working and that the occupied units have power.
“If a family is living in a unit and there's no power, then the unit automatically fails because it's unsafe and unsanitary,” he explained.