Property Management Experts Share Insight on QC

first_img Related Articles Governmental Measures Target Expanded Access to Affordable Housing 2 days ago Property Management Experts Share Insight on QC  Print This Post Previous: Five Star Honors Veterans at Military Heroes Keys for Life Next: Compliance Addressed By Mortgage Industry Experts Demand Propels Home Prices Upward 2 days ago September 13, 2016 1,863 Views Data Provider Black Knight to Acquire Top of Mind 2 days ago Sign up for DS News Daily in Daily Dose, Featured, News Home / Daily Dose / Property Management Experts Share Insight on QC About Author: Kendall Baer 2016-09-13 Kendall Baer The Best Markets For Residential Property Investors 2 days ago Servicers Navigate the Post-Pandemic World 2 days ago The Best Markets For Residential Property Investors 2 days ago Data Provider Black Knight to Acquire Top of Mind 2 days ago Governmental Measures Target Expanded Access to Affordable Housing 2 days ago Demand Propels Home Prices Upward 2 days ago Share Save With a normalization of default, the field services sector is under increased scrutiny. The Property Management Lab at the Five Star Conference on Monday discussed how quality control oversight is increasing, and cities and municipalities are becoming increasingly punitive and because of this it is imperative that the property preservation and field services industry, along with its government and servicing partners, engage in open dialogue about the future of the space.The Lab began with opening remarks from the lab directors, Jason Chapman, Director of Field Services for Fannie Mae, and Jerry Mavellia, CEO of Guardian Asset Management. The event then went into a discussion over pre-foreclosure oversight. Specifically, a panel lead by Todd Pawlinski, VP of Property Preservation for Caliber Home Loans, engaged in dialogue about what distinguishes a zombie property from a property that is vacant and new legislation that impacts the property preservation model. Panelists included Kellie Chambers, AVP Investor Relations for Safeguard Properties, LLC; David Dolan, COO for ZVN Properties; Tracy Hager, Senior Industry Relations Officer for Mortgage Contracting Services; Adrienne Villalobos, First VP of Shared Services for PennyMac; and Jacob Williamson, VP Single-Family Real Estate Fulfillment for Fannie Mae.The Lab then progressed to the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development Update lead by Ivery Himes, Director Office of Single-Family Asset Management for HUD. After the update, Brad Phillips, National Field Services Manager for Fannie Mae lead a panel discussion on understanding client core values and lessons learned. Phillips along with panelist Timika Cole, SVP Operations Group Manager for US Bank, and James Taylor, SVP of Asset Management and Property Preservation for Wells Fargo, discussed what they need from their vendors, the importance of understanding core values of a client, how to maximize opportunities with them, and lessons learned during their time in the industry.Following their discussion, Eric Chader, Advisor for HUD, lead a paneled discussion about the changing focus for property preservation. Panelist in this discussion included Darin Decker, VP of Operations for JPMorgan Chase; Robert Klein, Founder & Chairman for Community Blight Solutions; Matt B. Martin, Director of Servicing and Loss Mitigation for HUD; and Ronnie Ory, CEO for Cyprexx Services. The panel went into in-depth conversation about the recent focus on the larger community and the effect pre and post-foreclosure properties have on the area around them and what the industry is doing to show their commitment to the communitites.The lab finished with a paneled discussion on the best way to build a successful network. This panel was led by Chapman, and included Brian Mingham, CEO for National Real Estate Solutions; Dave Sunlin, SVP for Mortgage Contracting Services; Shannon Tomasso, Default Director for PHH Mortgage Corporation, and Sam Tucci, VP of Business Operations for U.S. Best Repair Service. The panel focused on the tricks of the trade to build and maintain relationships throughout the property preservation scope and staying ahead of the changing environment for field services. The Week Ahead: Nearing the Forbearance Exit 2 days ago Servicers Navigate the Post-Pandemic World 2 days ago Kendall Baer is a Baylor University graduate with a degree in news editorial journalism and a minor in marketing. She is fluent in both English and Italian, and studied abroad in Florence, Italy. Apart from her work as a journalist, she has also managed professional associations such as Association of Corporate Counsel, Commercial Real Estate Women, American Immigration Lawyers Association, and Project Management Institute for Association Management Consultants in Houston, Texas. Born and raised in Texas, Baer now works as the online editor for DS News. Subscribelast_img read more

Cricket News ‘You can’t do that’ – This Australia player, who played with Sir Don Bradman, does not compare Steve Smith to The Don

first_imgSteve Smith averages 62 in Tests.Steve Smith has smashed five centuries in six Tests against England.Don Bradman has an average of 99.94 in Tests. New Delhi: When it comes to batting numbers and statistics in the game of cricket, the name Sir Donald Bradman of Australia is legendary. Bradman had an overall average of 99.94 and this number might never be overhauled. Against England in the Ashes contest, Bradman averaged 89 in 37 Tests. In the modern era, Australia’s Steve Smith is currently in such form in Ashes contests that comparisons with Bradman are getting louder. Smith averages 62 currently in Tests while against England, he averages 60 with 10 centuries.Taking 20 innings as the minimum qualification, Smith is currently second to Bradman with 62.96. No one either before and certainly not in the 70 years since Bradman played his last Test in 1948 has come close to that mark of nearly a 100 runs per innings in the format.However, one player, who was part of Bradman’s ‘Invincibles’ squad in 1948, has said one cannot compare as great players fit in any era.Neil Harvey, who is currently 90 and averaged 48 in 79 Tests and was part of the side that won 34 matches in the 1948 tour said, “He (Smith) showed a lot of resolve — he must’ve got a lot of heckling from the crowd (at Edgbaston), he just put his head down and made runs. He’s a top player, that fella. He’s a really top-class player. I think if you’re a great player in any era you can fit in somewhere no matter who you’re playing with or against. But I’m not one to compare people, you just can’t do it. The game changes so much,” Harvey said. Mode of battingSmith, who has scored five centuries in six matches, explained his method to batting and how he changed his stance in order to score runs more effectively. “It’s a big movement. But for me, it’s about trying to minimise the ways that you get out. If guys get me out lbw, I say well played, congratulations but, if I nick one off, that’s when I get upset at myself,” Smith said. Smith will be aiming to continue the domination when Australia square off against England in the second Ashes Test in Lord’s on Wednesday. Tim Paine’s side currently lead the series 1-0 after winning a Test in Edgbaston for the first time after 18 years. highlightscenter_img For all the Latest Sports News News, Cricket News News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps.last_img read more

First Bank, Dolphins Win again as First Phase Ends

first_imgFirst Bank, Dolphins and Customs after the last round of matches maintained unbeaten run in the event.First Bank defeated Taraba Hurricane 60-15, Dolphins whipped Zamfara 71-27 while Customs defeated Oluyole Babes 70-21.The phase two expected to take place in Kaduna could witness more fireworks when the top teams meet one another.From Abuja, the league moves to Asaba, Ibadan and the grand finale is scheduled to take place in Lagos.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram Zenith Women’s B’ball League:The first phase of the National Women’s Basketball League sponsored by Zenith Bank ended yesterday in Abuja.A total of 18 teams from various parts of the country took part in the competition which started on April 10 at the Package B Sports Hall of the National Stadium in Abuja.However, three top contenders maintained an unbeaten run so far in the league series which is expected to continue in Kaduna from May 1.last_img read more

10 months agoPSG to make opening offer for Arsenal midfielder Aaron Ramsey

first_imgTagsTransfersAbout the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your say PSG to make opening offer for Arsenal midfielder Aaron Ramseyby Paul Vegas10 months agoSend to a friendShare the lovePSG are making an opening offer for Arsenal midfielder Aaron Ramsey.The Mirror says PSG are keen on a £9million January move for Ramsey.The Arsenal midfielder is out of contract at the end of the season after the north Londoners withdrew their offer of a new contract this season.The French champions are ready to move for him when the transfer window reopens to head off interest from Juventus and Bayern Munich.PSG want to strengthen their midfield options with Adrien Rabiot expected to move to leave the club either in January or next summer. last_img

Louisville Commit G.G. Robinson Says It’s “Messed Up’ That The Cardinals Pulled Their Offer From Matt Colburn

first_imgThe bad side of college football recruiting was showcased by Louisville Monday night, as the Cardinals pulled their scholarship offer from commit Matt Colburn, less than two days before National Signing Day. Bobby Petrino’s program received some serious criticism from recruiting analysts following the news, including this rant from a writer that called for all South Carolina high school players to boycott Louisville. Even a Cardinals’ commit thinks Louisville was rough on Colburn, a three-star running back out of Irmo, South Carolina. G.G. Robinson, a three-star defensive end committed to Petrino’s program, tweeted the following Tuesday morning. Man what Louisville did to my boy Matt was messed up….. That’s awful— GG (@GGRobinson85) February 3, 2015What Louisville did isn’t unheard of, but doing it less than 48 hours before National Signing Day seems fairly classless. The Cardinals’ 2015 class ranks No. 31 in the country by 247 Sports’ Team Rankings.last_img read more


first_img LEAVE A REPLY Cancel replyLog in to leave a comment Advertisement Login/Register With: Ron E. Scott Facebook “It’s not in the same kind of vein as Blackstone,” says Scott, who is writer, producer and showrunner of the new series. “It’s a little more accessible, less confrontational, less aggressive in its narrative. That was how we shaped the show. At the same time, it does have a social relevance and definitely a commentary that is definitely interesting in our day and age.”center_img Advertisement There are worse dilemmas for a television creator.But Ron E. Scott’s previous project, the Edmonton-shot TV drama Blackstone, was so dark and singular that it’s hard to imagine how he might top it with a followup. The series ran for five seasons on Showcase and APTN, offering an unflinching and often harrowing look at the corruption, addiction and violence that plagued a fictional Alberta First Nations reserve.While it may be a stretch to suggest his new crime drama Tribal, which began filming last week on the Tsuu T’ina First Nation outside of Calgary, finds him lightening up, he will say that it has a different tone than his former series. Advertisement Twitterlast_img read more

Search for Denny Poole this Thursday

first_imgWhistles, bear bells, bug spray, reflective vests, water and snacks will be supplied by Horne.Horne is hoping someone can help with Walkie-talkies and an elder that could help smudge the group and say a prayer before the search.To view the FB event page; CLICK HERE DAWSON CREEK, B.C. – Jessica Horne shares she would rather have a search party than a Birthday party this Thursday, July 25, 2019.Horne shares further the search party will meet at the brake check on the Dawson side of the Kiskatinaw Bridge at noon and will proceed to search until 5 pm.last_img

JKs relation with India will end if terms and conditions of its

first_imgSrinagar: PDP president Mehbooba Mufti said on Wednesday that the relation of Jammu and Kashmir with India will end if the terms and conditions of the state’s accession to the Union were changed.”2020 will also be a deadline from Jammu and Kashmir to the nation. If you remove those terms and conditions on which Jammu and Kashmir acceded to India, our relation with the country will also end,” Mehbooba told reporters after filing her nomination papers from the Anantnag Lok Sabha constituency. The former chief minister was responding to BJP president Amit Shah’s assertion that Article 35A, which guarantees special status to Jammu and Kashmir in terms of residency rights, will be repealed by 2020. On the Congress manifesto, Mehboba said it was word by word same as the Agenda of Alliance agreed upon between her father Mufti Mohammad Sayeed and the BJP at the time of government formation in Jammu and Kashmir in 2015. “Congress manifesto is same as what Mufti Mohammad Sayeed kept in Agenda of Alliance with BJP…status quo on Article 370, revocation of AFSPA, holding dialogue and reducing army footprint from civilian areas. It is word by word the same thing,” she asserted.last_img read more

Maruti Celerio annual sales crosses 1 lakh

first_imgNew Delhi: Maruti Suzuki India (MSI) Friday said its compact car Celerio sold 1,03,734 units in 2018-19, joining the club of company’s models with sales of more than one lakh units in a year. The model has cumulatively sold 4.7 lakh units since its launch in 2014, MSI said in a statement. The sales of the model grew by 10 per cent in 2018-19, it added. Celerio was “the first car to democratise the two-pedal (auto gear shift) technology and the recent upgrade in its safety features has significantly enhanced its appeal as the perfect city car”, MSI Senior Executive Director – Marketing and Sales R S Kalsi said. Celerio’s 1-litre petrol engine delivers a fuel efficiency of 23.1 km/ltr for both Auto Gear Shift (AGS) and the manual transmission variants. The factory-fitted CNG Celerio offers a fuel-efficiency of 31.76 km/kg, MSI said.last_img read more

JK Guv orders probe into political activists killings

first_imgSrinagar: The killing of a BJP leader in south Kashmir has sparked off a controversy with Governor Satya Pal Malik on Sunday ordering an inquiry headed by state chief secretary B V R Subrahmanyam to “identify lapses” while political parties accusing the top bureaucrat of creating a chaotic situation by withdrawing security of political activists.Condoling the death of Gul Mohammed Mir, 57, the BJP leader who unsuccessfully contested on the party ticket in 2008 and 2014 assembly elections from Dooru in South Kashmir, Malik asked the chief secretary to identify any lapses on part of the security agencies in ensuring security of political activists, an official spokesman said. Also Read – 2019 most peaceful festive season for J&K: Jitendra SinghThe governor has called for an emergency meeting on Monday, when government offices will reopen in summer capital of Srinagar after the bi-annual ‘Darbar move’, during which he will review the safety and security aspects of all political leaders and sarpanches in the state, he said. Malik directed the chief secretary to get an inquiry conducted into the killings of political leaders belonging to various parties in the state in the last few months. Also Read – Personal life needs to be respected: Cong on reports of Rahul’s visit abroadMilitants, besides fighting the security forces, target political or social activists in the state. The ultras killed a senior Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) functionary Chanderkant Sharma and his Personal Security Officer (PSO) Rajinder Kumar at the District Hospital in Kishtwar on April 9. Similarly, a panch, Abdul Majeed Dar, from Kulgam district of Jammu and Kashmir was shot dead by militants at his residence on April 4. On March 14, a political worker associated with the National Conference (NC) — Mohammad Ismail Wani — was shot at and injured by suspected militants in Anantnag district. On March 30, suspected militants shot dead social activist Arjumand Majid Bhat in Baramulla district Mir, whose affidavit shows his age as 52 in 2014 assembly elections, was shot dead Saturday night outside his residence at Nowgam in the Verinag area of South Kashmir. He was shifted to a hospital in a critical condition, but the doctors there declared him brought dead. His son, Zahoor Ahmed Mir, said his father’s security was withdrawn two months ago and all efforts to get it back had fallen on deaf ears. “I had given a letter of the BJP leaders to SSP Anantnag but he expressed his helplessness and directed me to see Munir Khan (Additional Director General of Police in charge of security),” he said. Security of political activists, including the elder Mir, was withdrawn on the orders of the chief secretary in February despite opposition from security agencies, officials said. The security agencies had suggested that no security should be withdrawn until the election process is completed. However, the chief secretary ordered reconstitution of the screening committee and removed police officials from it and appointed state home secretary Shaleen Kabra as its chairman, a move that has come under criticism. Former chief minister and National Conference vice president Omar Abdullah, while taking a potshot at the chief secretary, said withdrawing security of political activists was a “foolih decision”. “Questions need to be asked but they can’t be answered by the person who was responsible for the actual order to withdraw security. The security withdrawal had been opposed by state and central intelligence agencies so who overruled them and went ahead regardless?,” he tweeted.last_img read more