"Banks have struggled in the past because of mishaps from contractors poorly trained or over worked. One case of mistaken identity could cost a company its business. There have been cases nationwide of contractors changing the locks to the wrong house, stealing parrots and other goods from the previous homeowners, securing a house without a mortgage. The list goes on and not just anyone should do it." , said Sam Sesi, owner of NOW Property Preservation.
The new Inspection Division at NOW Property Preservation is set up to handle 5,000 inspections per day. Quality is critcal to ensure that the independent contractor is at the right house and interviews are done to ascertain if the previous homeowner is occupying the house or if it is a tenant. There are laws that protect homeowners and tenants which must be followed to the strictest guidelines. Because of the sheer volume of the inspection business, NOW Property Preservation has highly trained processors as well as selects experienced inspectors.
"NOW Property Preservation is excited to pursue other avenues within the foreclosure business. When the news publishes articles about a homeowner being locked out of their house, it is a sad day. One mistake is more than enough." said Sam Sesi, owner of NOW Property Preservation.
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NOW Property Preservation works with banks and communities to preserve and maintain bank owned homes.