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Five Star CEO to be Featured Presenter at the National Property Preservation Conference

Ed Delgado, President and CEO of the Five Star Institute, was announced as one of the featured presenters at the upcoming National Property Preservation Conference (NPPC), which will take place in Baltimore, Maryland from November 7-9. This year’s event will mark the 13th year of the conference.

“I am honored and humbled to have the opportunity to once again address the audience at the National Property Preservation Conference,” said Delgado. “This forum has been vital to the progress we’ve made across the industry, and it is important that we continue to work together to continue that momentum.”

The NPPC was originally conceived in 2003 when it was noticed that there was a concerning lack of industry conversation regarding the subject of property preservation. Each year, the NPPC strives to bring together servicers, investors, and leaders in the mortgage industry to discuss pressing issues in the industry and develop solutions through communication and teamwork.

“For the past 12 years, the National Property Preservation Conference has been the preeminent forum that brings leaders from HUD, the GSEs, mortgage servicing, and field services companies together to focus on solutions for property preservation issues,” said Alan Jaffa, CEO of Safeguard Properties, the host sponsor of the conference. “Ed’s participation as moderator of a key conference session and his industry expertise have been paramount to the ongoing success of the event.”

Delgado has been honored as a moderator and presenter at the NPPC in the past. This year, he plans on addressing the looming question as to whether or not the mortgage finance industry is on the verge of another housing bubble based on where the current market is heading.

“There are many similarities between the previous housing bubble and our current economic situation,” said Delgado. “As an industry, we have to be cautious as to not make the same mistakes as we have in the past, and I hope to highlight some key warning signs for my colleagues.”

Courtesy of DS News and MReport