|NAMFS Recap: 2016 MBA Conferenc - Friday, February 19, 2016|
NAMFS leadership and association members were prominently represented at the 2016 MBA Servicing Conference and Expo. Member companies participated as conference sponsors, exhibitors, panelists and attendees. This recap is a compilation of events, sessions and industry updates from many of those in attendance. NAMFS greatly appreciates their sharing this information with all our members.
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|NAMFS in the News - Tuesday, November 24, 2015|
The National Association of Mortgage Field Services (NAMFS) Announces the Keynote Speaker Bob Goshen for the 2016 Annual Conference of Mortgage Field Services
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|The New Generation of Trade Vendor Agreements - Friday, April 10, 2015|
Today’s vendor trade agreements are complex. The decision to accept the terms of these legal contracts is further complicated by the pace in which these agreements are evolving and vendors are asked to renew the agreement. For vendors, it is vitally important to take the time to thoroughly understand their ability to meet service expectations and accept the legal components of a trade vendor agreement.
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|Notes from the 2015 Five Star Government Forum - Monday, March 23, 2015|
NAMFS would like to thank member company, AFAS, for providing information from this year’s Five Star Government Forum. Here are highlights from the daylong event.
Five Star Government Forum Summary
|NAMFS Government Relations Committee Update: Vermont Licensing Ordinance - Friday, March 13, 2015|
On July 1, 2014, the state of Vermont passed a law requiring individuals who offer property inspection services to obtain a license to practice in the state. Vermont Title 26: Professions and Occupations; Chapter 19: Property Inspectors states that property inspectors are required to be licensed after attaining 80 hours of required training.
The Vermont Office of Professional Regulation does not intend to pursue unlicensed practice cases against Property Preservation Contractors.
NAMFS' Government Relations Committee requested information from the Office of Professional Regulation to ascertain how this law impacts default mortgage property inspectors in the state of Vermont. Per the letter, “The Office of Professional Regulation will not use its scarce enforcement resources to pursue unlicensed practice cases against bank or credit union employees or contractors when they were never the intended target of this legislation.”
The letter from the Vermont Office of Professional Regulation is for informational purposes only. NAMFS members are encouraged to consult with legal counsel to interpret and/or make business decisions based on the information provided.
Vermont Statute: Title 26 Professions and Occupations; Chapter 19 Property Inspectors
Letter from the Vermont Office of Professional Regulation
|NAMFS Discussion - Friday, April 25, 2014|
NAMFS Responds: OIG Audit on Pre-foreclosure Inspections
On March 25, 2014, The Federal Housing Finance Agency’s (FHFA) Office of Inspector General (OIG) released an audit report titled FHFA Oversight of Enterprise Controls Over Pre-Foreclosure Property Inspections. The National Association of Mortgage Field Services would like to take this opportunity to open a dialogue about the field services industry and will begin by addressing the OIG audit findings on pre-foreclosure inspections.
|NAMFS Discussion - Thursday, May 1, 2014 - Thursday, May 1, 2014|
NAMFS Report: Maintaining Asset Value By Implementing Pool Safety Solutions
The National Association of Mortgage Field Services (NAMFS) has compiled recommendations and new approaches to pool maintenance. These recommendations are designed to provide optimal maintenance and safety standards for stagnant pools at default properties. The products are innovative, tested and cost effective and have the added benefit of incorporating environmental safety.