Topics: CMS, CMS Compliance, Property Assessments, I-9 verification, OSI, Remote I-9 Verification, Consumer Reporting, Occupancy Verification, Repossession Lot Inspections, Lending Institutions, Property Condition Report, Debt Collection Inspections, Debt, FHA Lender Inspections
As we wrote last week, the housing market is still woefully overpriced, with supply nowhere near meeting demand, and Venture Capitalists pricing out potential primary home buyers. And yet, there are signs that there may be shifts in the near future, with an uptick in interest rates potentially chasing some of the Silicon Valley and Wall Street money out of the market. Check out last week’s blog if this doesn’t already sound familiar.
As we’ve pointed out in our market research blog, the world was already going virtual before the Spring of 2020, but the pandemic most certainly accelerated it. From e-commerce’s rapid expansion to the proliferation of online meeting spaces, the pandemic forced people to learn digital technologies on the fly. “Zoom” was already a verb before the pandemic, but today it means something very different.
Topics: OnSite Inspections, OSI, Consumer Reporting, Occupancy Verification, Repossession Lot Inspections, Virtual OnSite Inspections, Debt Collection Inspections, FHA Lender Inspections, Background Checks
We’ve been busy this year, blogging and blogging about compliance management, OnSite Inspections, and the TrendSource difference. It’s a lot to keep up with, we know. So, as we officially cross the halfway point for 2021, we decided to offer you, dear reader, a roundup of sorts and give you the chance to catch up.
Topics: OnSite Inspections, I-9 verification, Remote I-9 Verification, Consumer Reporting, Occupancy Verification, Repossession Lot Inspections, Property Condition Report, Debt Collection Inspections, FHA Lender Inspections
Established as a New Deal reform in 1934 by Franklin Roosevelt, the Federal Housing Administration (FHA) enables and regulates the nation’s housing market. It insures the loans people need to purchase a home, which allows private lenders to confidently enter into mortgages.