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Tips on Dealing with Vacant Properties

March 10th, 2009 Leave a comment Go to comments

Kelly Anbach is a code enforcement officer in the Village of Hinsdale who I am proud to work with.  She is dealing with many foreclosed properties and has had more success finding the right contacts to resolve issues on vacant properties than anyone I know.  She recently posted this comment with helpful information:

As the Code Enforcement Officer for the Village of Hinsdale I have had a lot of success with this vacant property registration. One tip is to make sure if you have an ordinance that you ask Safeguard Properties to post it on their website.
If you check the website, http://www.safeguardproperties.com, there is a link on the right side of the page where the ordinances can be located. You will see the Village of Hinsdale on the list of communities who have an ordinance or proposed ordinance.

Safeguard has already registered one property.

We have not had the ordinance very long and are already up to 17 properties registered…..

You can contact the following individual for assistance at Safeguard Properties to help get your ordinance posted:

Christian M. Reklinski
Code Violations Team Lead
Safeguard Properties
P: 800-852-8306 x 1161
F: 216-535-4336

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