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Compliance Connections website worth a visit

February 7th, 2012 Leave a comment Go to comments

Yesterday when I was teaching at the Region III conference in Chasta, MN, one of the participants shared with us his experiences with Compliance Connections.  It’s a website that allows municipal inspectors to get connected with the right entity to gain code compliance on a problem property.  It’s sponsored by Safeguard and the inspector says he’s had unbelievable help from the website.  He told us that he’s had grass cut in a couple of days, he’s gotten calls from service companies that aren’t owned by Safeguard to promise compliance and is very pleased with the results.  Apparently, Safeguard is trying to reduce the number of notices of violation that lenders are receiving for vacant properties or problem properties in their portfolios.  It is definitely worth checking out when you have difficulty determining who is responsible for a property.  The website is located at http://www.complianceconnections.com/

I’d love to hear from people who have tried it.

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