National Property Preservation Conference
This year's conference will take place November 3-5 at The Mayflower Hotel in Washington, D.C.
Each year, leaders, servicers and investors from across the mortgage industry gather to discuss current topics and develop solutions for the future. Through communication and teamwork, we build consensus and establish standards for policies and services. You are invited to share in the dialogue.
We encourage you to forward this information to your peers and clients to help expand conference participation. Take this opportunity to be a part of a forum for strengthening partnerships, cooperation, and support throughout the industry, which is imperative to the continued success of all involved in mortgage servicing.
In November 2004, the first annual National Property Preservation Conference (NPPC) was held in Washington, DC. An intimate affair, the two-day conference drew leaders from HUD, the GSEs, mortgage servicing and property preservation companies from across the country. Historic in its spirit of partnership, the conference gained the support needed to ensure its continued success today.
Now, for our 15th year, we will return to the place where it all began.
ADDRESSING THE ISSUES WE ALL FACE
Since the inaugural conference, much has changed. Major disasters, such as hurricanes Katrina and Sandy, destroyed communities forcing the nation to come together in restoring those hardest hit. The economy and housing market crashed and continues on a path to recovery, while municipal, state and federal laws and regulations evolve and change, driving the industry to adapt appropriately.
As we continue to work our way through the aftermath of these events and changes, one thing is clear: the NPPC continues to be the only outlet for all facets of the industry to collaborate on how to best preserve and protect vacant and abandoned properties. We thank all who partner with us each year to aid in improving and expanding the conference, as well as those who attend to offer their insight and guidance.