What’s the difference between a performer and non-performer?
How many of your Fannie Mae properties are still boarded?
Leadership Challenge: Less than 2% of senior executives plan 5+ years into the future; therefore, success for most teams becomes
Say good bye to standard MBA inspection forms!
Warning! Fannie Mae’s June 27, 2017 deadline to “re-glaze/repair or clear board ALL unsecured and previous plywood boarded windows” is quickly
Need to hire in NYC?
With the click of a few buttons, technology has allowed servicers to implement non-standard occupancy, PCR, door knocks, etc. The ability to change instructions on the fly or add unique questions gives servicers
Is your preservation and inspection provider moving in an uniform direction? No?
WARNING: Tread lightly in the Big Apple… Breach of the New York City Fair Chance Act can result in maximum fines and/or awards ranging from $125-250K. It prohibits
Warning: Have Properties in DC?
Leadership starts at the top and is reflective in a team's performance. Could it be process, communicated goals or lack of accountability? Give your team 7 Post-it® notes and
What is your corporate culture? Does it align with your vendor’s?
Miss a grass cut? The possibility of a code violation is well known. However, DC is cracking down on
If you cut two 8-ft. circles of grass versus one 12-ft. circle of grass, which area is larger?
Many corporate cultures list “integrity and trust” as a core value, but shouldn’t that be a given? While integrity and trust are important
Why winterize? It’s almost summer!
If you change speeds from driving 40 to 65 mph, or from 65 to 90 mph, both represent a 25-mph difference. Which increase results in a more significant increase in speed?
Neglected, Abandoned & Concerned?
Winterizing vacant properties in the fall is a no-brainer but why would servicers winterize during the summer months? Unwinterized
Do you have transparency and oversight with third party inspection vendors to identify problems before they escalate? Price, quality, & turn times are important, but it’s the