Aligning code enforcement with property stakeholders to proactively manage code violations.
Compliance Connections® delivers the right information to the right people, enabling compliance resolution quickly and cost effectively.
How does it work?
Backed by the full power of Safeguard Properties, Compliance Connections directly accesses a vast contact network developed by Safeguard Founder Robert Klein that has expanded with the company for almost 30 years. Coupled with the integration of hundreds of public/private databases, the system has the ability to help code enforcement officers and management associations locate stakeholders directly connected to properties containing violations in their area. Resulting open communication can then facilitate corrective action to reconcile property condition, benefiting all parties involved.
Do you have properties in your jurisdiction that need attention? Are you having trouble finding the right person to reach about violations?
Let us help.
By simply clicking on the Report Property Issues button located on the right side of your screen (or the link in the main menu), you can instantly send us individual property violation information. From there, we will immediately work to identify the current stakeholder and provide you with their direct contact information — firmly placing you on the path to remediation.
Accelerated corrective action
Direct contact between municipalities and lien holders/mortgage servicers
Reduction of neighborhood blight
Professional staff dedicated to delivering code violation/abatement activity solutions
When properties need attention…
Compliance Connections closes communication gaps to aid swift remediation.
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