JGM Property Group manages residential inspections, property preservation, and REO services for National Mortgage Field Servicing Companies, as well as Lending and Mortgage Institutions. JGM’s network of inspectors and contractors are Aspen Grove Solutions background check approved and use mobile technology to perform and submit work orders, real-time, from the field.
Property & Occupancy Inspections
Property & Occupancy Inspections require making visual observations on occupancy and condition of properties. Inspectors can approach if necessary and attempt contact. Confirmation of who is residing at the property is sometimes required.
Contact inspections require a combination of a visual observation of the occupancy and condtion of a property along with a contact attempt. The inspector is expected to determine who resides at the property. Contact with neighbors is sometimes necessary.
Doorcard & Letter Delivery Inspections
Doorcard & Letter Delivery Inspections require an inspector to leave a document, normally in a door hanger envelope, either with the mortgagor or on their door. Visual observations of occupancy and condition are recorded.
Bankruptcy & No Contact Inspections
Bankruptcy & No Contact Inspections typically require the inspector to perform the inspection from the street or right-of-way. Contact is not permissable and occupancy & condition are recorded visually.
Vacant Property & Interior Inspections
Vacant Properties incur damages & vandalism over time and are susceptible to violations. Recurring inspections on the interior and exterior of vacant properties allows the mortgage company to preserve and protect their asset, while mitigating risk. All damages are recorded at the time of inspection.
FEMA (Federal Emergency Management Agency) / Disaster Inspections are generally exterior inspections that are intended to determine the occupancy and condition of a property in a specific disaster zone. Neighborhood damage level and property habitability are assessed during time of inspection.
Insurance Loss Inspections
Insurance Loss Inspections are performed to assist banks and insurance companies with determining the insured loss/repairs completed of a property. The progress of repairs are recorded, along with an interview on the home owner’s satisfaction of repairs completed.
REO Inspections are intended to determine the overall condition and marketability of a property. The overall interior and exterior condition of the property are recorded at time of inspection, to include a report that requests specific information regarding maintenance level of care at the property.
Sale Date Inspections
Sale Date Inspections are perfomred on properties that may have a specific date for an eviction or abandonment. Sale Date Inspections are typically required to be performed on a specific date or date range. Occupancy and condition are recorded at time of inspection.
Property Condition Report
Property Condition Reports (PCR) are utilized to assess the condition and sometimes valuation of a property. Federal guidelines are used within a PCR to determine its conveyance condition.
Preservation & REO Types
Lawn Maintenance & Snow Removal
Janitorial / Maid Services
Repairs and Damages
Winterizations / De-Winterizations
De-Winterizations are intended to put the plumbing system back in usable condition.