What is change control management and why is it important for Preservation and Inspection providers?
If a company becomes stagnate while others adapt to current compliance demands, the risk of becoming irrelevant increases. To stay current, change must occur. In today’s world, change control should be documented with a statistical sampling that generates a predictor of portfolio compliance, but is it enough?
Quality assurance oversight through portfolio sampling, site visits, ghost inspections, and superior documented procedures can help mitigate a servicer’s risk. Don’t get stuck with an irrelevant preservation partner. If you are modifying policies for property postings, door knock call back procedures, or plan on migrating to clearboarding, partner with a company who will ensure your changes are properly documented, managed and implemented. Need help? Call AIM Your Way, 800-776-1815.
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