Subscribe Home / Daily Dose / Laudan Closing Property Preservation Business, Shifting Focus to Inspections Laudan Closing Property Preservation Business, Shifting Focus to Inspections Servicers Navigate the Post-Pandemic World 2 days ago Data Provider Black Knight to Acquire Top of Mind 2 days ago Laudan Inspection Services Laudan Properties 2020-01-20 David Wharton Data Provider Black Knight to Acquire Top of Mind 2 days ago Demand Propels Home Prices Upward 2 days ago Previous: Addressing Race in Home Inventory and Rental Policies Next: The Socioeconomic Impact of Postforeclosure Sales Laudan Properties announced Monday that it will be closing its property preservation business, effective January 20, and shifting its focus onto its property inspection division, Laudan Inspection Services (LIS). Laudan initially divided its property preservation sector from its inspections business in September 2019, then announcing the formation of Laudan Inspection Services.Brian Potasiewicz, SVP & General Manager of Laudan Properties and LIS, told DS News exclusively, “Laudan Inspection Services has seen considerable growth through 2019. We made the decision to focus on that growth through 2020 by stepping back from preservation and REO work. We’re excited about our new focus and looking forward to a lucrative future for Laudan Inspection Services.”As Laudan now repositions itself for future growth, Donn Wodicka, LIS Field Director, said in a statement, “LIS continues to achieve great things as there is a strong interest for on-time, high-quality inspections. We are willing to develop customized inspection products to meet our customers’ specific needs and that sets us apart.”Laudan Properties was originally founded in 2008, by entrepreneur Kevin Weidinger, starting as a single-state provider and then expanding to a national footprint over the intervening years. The company’s inspection services side offers bankruptcy inspections, borrower interviews, foreclosure & occupancy inspections, insurance loss inspections, natural disaster inspections, quality control inspections, rush service sale date inspections, and other services. The Best Markets For Residential Property Investors 2 days ago Governmental Measures Target Expanded Access to Affordable Housing 2 days ago in Daily Dose, Featured, Journal, News, REO Sign up for DS News Daily Servicers Navigate the Post-Pandemic World 2 days ago Print This Post January 20, 2020 2,522 Views Related Articles Tagged with: Laudan Inspection Services Laudan Properties David Wharton, Managing Editor at the Five Star Institute, is a graduate of the University of Texas at Arlington, where he received his B.A. in English and minored in Journalism. Wharton has over 16 years’ experience in journalism and previously worked at Thomson Reuters, a multinational mass media and information firm, as Associate Content Editor, focusing on producing media content related to tax and accounting principles and government rules and regulations for accounting professionals. Wharton has an extensive and diversified portfolio of freelance material, with published contributions in both online and print media publications. Wharton and his family currently reside in Arlington, Texas. He can be reached at [email protected] Share Save The Week Ahead: Nearing the Forbearance Exit 2 days ago Governmental Measures Target Expanded Access to Affordable Housing 2 days ago The Best Markets For Residential Property Investors 2 days ago About Author: David Wharton Demand Propels Home Prices Upward 2 days ago
The capture of 52 specimens of the cirrate octopod Grimpoteuthis glacialis (Robson, 1930), of dorsal mantle length 20-165 mm during a 1996 trawling survey near the Antarctic Peninsula allowed the basic biology of the species to be examined. Their presence in bottom trawls at depths of 333-879 m, but their absence from benthopelagic and pelagic trawls, is consistent with a primarily benthic habitat. The largest single sample, 40 animals, came from a soft mud bottom and highlights the patchy nature of the distribution. Males tended to be bigger in total length and mass than females of similar mantle length. The males, however, were mature at a smaller size. Mature males have tiny sperm packets, rather than typical cephalopod spermatophores,in their distal reproductive tract. Mature females have large, smooth eggs in the proximal oviduct, in the huge oviducal gland and in the distal oviduct. Eggs in the distal oviduct have a thick, sticky coating that hardens in seawater into a secondary egg case. Ovarian eggs vary greatly in size, possibly indicating protracted egg laying. Observations on live animals indicate that the species swims primarily by fin action, rather than by jetting or medusoid pulses with the arm/web complex. It may be capable of limited changes in colour pattern, especially on the oral surface of the web. Three pairs of surface structures that appear superficially to be white spots anterior to the eyes and near the bases of the fins are actually transparent patches in the skin. When considered in association with the transparent subdermal layer and the anatomy of the eyes, optic nerves and optic lobes, these clear patches seem to function in detecting unfocused light on the horizontal plane of the benthic animal.
Son of Miralem Pjanic, the football player playing for the national football representation of Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH), could decently replace his father in football matches.At least it looks like that on the footage of little Edin, who, being only three years old, showed very good football skills.It can be noticed that Miralem’s son has a devastating kick with his right foot.In their example, a folk proverb saying that the apple does not fall far from the tree, can be evident!(Source: klix)
MASON CITY — Last week, Mason City’s mayor said a national company that gathers cell phone location data and provided analysis to various companies had ranked Cerro Gordo County positively in heeding to the “stay at home” concept during the COVID-19 crisis. During a news conference with local health leaders yesterday afternoon, Bill Schickel said Cerro Gordo County had slipped on Unacast’s latest non-essential travel scorecard. “Last week I reported that Cerro Gordo County was doing a little better than the statewide average on what is called the social distancing scorecard. This afternoon, I have to let you know that we’re actually doing a little bit worse. As of March 30th, the scorecard gives the US a ‘C’, it gives Iowa a ‘D’, and unfortunately it gives Cerro Gordo County a ‘D-minus’, with an ‘F’ in the category of reducing non-essential travel.” Schickel says the public needs to continue to do their best to stay inside and only be out and about when necessary. “The caution in this particular data is that history tells us that communities that let up their guard too early have paid a tremendous price in the long run. That’s why it’s so important that we keep our social distancing.” The latest data from Unacast gives Winnebago, Hancock, and Kossuth counties “B” grades; “C” grades for Worth, Mitchell, Butler, Franklin and Wright; and a “D” for Floyd County. See the social distancing scorecard from Unacast by clicking here
Facebook18Tweet0Pin0 Submitted by Thrive Community FitnessIn partnership with the City of Lacey, Thrive Community Fitness will be hosting the 2015 “Lacey Days” THRIVE 5K Fun Run at 9:00 a.m. on July 3. This will be the third year that Thrive has held this event. The idea began back in early 2013 when Thrive franchise owner, Paul MacLurg, and manager Steven Singer were brainstorming ways in which they could bring the community together to support our large military population here in Thurston County.Part of the Thrive mission statement is to “transform the health of our community” and therefore they are always looking for ways to go beyond their walls to impact those around them. Thus, the idea for the 5K run was born as a fundraiser for a non-profit military organization called Always Brothers.Always Brothers began as a group of individuals who wanted to represent and give back to those that have given the ultimate sacrifice. Their founding core of Marines has now grown to veterans from every branch of service. They have also been blessed by the out pouring of support from family, friends, civilians, and organizations like Thrive. This year’s “Lacey Days” THRIVE 5K event will help raise money for the education funds of children who have lost parents in either the Iraq or Afghanistan war.The “Lacey Days” THRIVE 5K route will begin in the Thrive parking lot before connecting to the Chehalis Western Trail for most of the 3.1 miles. After everyone crosses the finish line, medals will be awarded for the top finishers of both men and women in seven different age brackets (19 & Under, 20-29, 30-39, 40-49, 50-59, 60-69, 70+).There will also be snacks, drinks, and a free raffle drawing for prizes from different local businesses who have sponsored the event.You can sign up in person at Thrive Community Fitness or on-line through Active.com. The cost pre-race will be $30, and $35 on race day. Check in will begin at 7:30 a.m. in the Thrive parking lot. Please join Thrive for this fun family event and to help support a great cause through Always Brothers.
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Loans cannot exceed 50 percent of a jurisdiction’s operating budget for the year in which the disaster occurs. The maximum loan is $5 million. Jurisdictions must demonstrate the need for assistance to perform government functions. The term is five years but can be extended to 10 years if the applicant chooses. Interest on the loans equals the rate for five-year maturities determined by the U.S. Secretary of the Treasury on the day the note is executed.In response to Super Storm Sandy, Congress allocated additional funds to the Disaster Assistance Direct Loan Program Account. At the request of Gov. Chris Christie, FEMA activated the program in New Jersey.“Community Disaster Loans are based on need to bridge the revenue gap so local governments are able to continue to operate after a disaster,” FEMA Federal Coordinating Officer Gracia Szczech said. “Loans are for local government operating expenses such as salaries of police, firefighters and teachers while the community recovers.”The loans cannot be used as a cost share for any federal grants or for capital projects. The area jurisdictions receiving loans are:Borough of Atlantic Highlands, $2,108,876;Borough of Little Silver, $1,829,324;Borough of Oceanport, $1,154,931;Borough of Sea Bright, $1,297,273; and TRENTON – Four Two-River area municipalities have received funding from Community Disaster Loans through the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA).The low-interest loan program helps eligible jurisdictions that have suffered substantial revenue losses from a major disaster to perform their governmental functions.
“We had a 42-16 advantage in shots on goal and could have had a few more goals.”(Eastern goalie Jason) Greenwell was very good in net for Eastern and we weren’t great in terms of finishing plays. But overall it was a very strong team effort and a good bounce-back from a poor performance last weekend.”Kam Crawford opened the scoring for the Saints on the power-play midway through the first period when his wrist shot from the point found its way through a screen and past Greenwell.And the hosts doubled their lead four minutes on a similar play, this time with Dylan Smith wristing home from high in the slot with the man-advantage. Eastern replied before intermission, however, as Eagles captain Bret Kellogg’s nifty redirect of a Zach Maxwell point shot beat Saints starter Alex Sirard. The teams traded chances throughout the second, but the period remained scoreless until Connor McLaughlin slammed home a Crawford rebound on yet another Saints power-play with just five seconds remaining in the frame. The goal came just a handful of seconds after Sirard made a breakaway save on Ryan Pajimola with a chance for EWU to tie the game. Sirard maintained his perfect record and picked up his 11th win on the season with a 14-save effort. Greenwell was unlucky to take the loss following a 39-save performance. Crawford, McLaughlin and Cody Fidgett all picked up two points on the night, while Jordan Wood picked up an assist and now holds a 6-point lead over linemate Logan Proulx stop the league scoring charts.Sunday, Eastern snapped a 1-1 tie with four unanswered goals to rout the Saints. The final two markers came on speical teams, one power play and one shorthanded.Selkirk is back in action with a two-game road trip.The Saints meet TRU Friday in Kamloops before meeting SFU Saturday in Burnaby.Selkirk concludes the regular season with a home-and-home series against Eastern Washington.The first round of the playoffs are schedule for March 8-10.Eastern and UVIC are currently tied for the fourth playoff spot, each with 17 points. The Selkirk College Saints clinched its first B.C. Intercollegiate Hockey League regular season title by splitting a pair of weekend games with Eastern Washington University.The title completes a worst-to-first season for the Saints, who finished dead last in 2012.The Saints opened the weekend by edging out the Eagles 3-2 Saturday at the Castlegar Rec Complex.The two points, coupled with SFU’s 4-2 loss to Trinity Western, assures the Saints no worse than a tie atop the standings and secured first place based on the league’s tie-breaking formula.Selkirk has 36 points with five regular season games remaining while Simon Fraser sit four points back with two games yet to play.Sunday, Selkirk lost 5-1 to Eastern Washington.”There are games where the score probably doesn’t represent the run of play and this was one of those,” said Saints head coach Jeff Dubois after Selkirk’s one-goal win at home Saturday.
Something happened to the Old Boys FC on the way to the Nelson Ford Men’s Open Indoor Soccer Championship — which proved to be music to the L.V. Rogers No. 2 squad.The Old Boys FC, early favourites to win the playoff title after going through the regular season undefeated, lost out in the semi finals opening the door for LVR No. 2 to defeat Net Predators 4-2 in the final to clinch the Nelson Ford Men’s Open Indoor Soccer Championship.Staff at Mallard’s Source for Sports want to add to the celebration with Team of the Week honours. The team includes, from left, keeper Jeremy Phelan, Lucas Spielman, Shota Ida, Dylan Bennett, Simon Sheppard, Ethan Perkins, James Millar and Ryan Lewis.
Moberly River (WSC 07FB008) is recording a flow of 132 m3/s, which is close to the 20-year return period flow. Water levels have increased 18 cm overnight. Flows are forecast to begin to decrease by Saturday night.Beatton River (WSC 07FC001) is recording a flow of 447 m3/s, which is below the 2-year return period flow. Water levels have increased 35 cm overnight. Flows are forecast to reach between 460 and 470 m3/s by Saturday night and begin to decrease by Sunday.Fontas River (WSC 10CA001) is recording a flow of 415 m3/s, which is between the 2-year and 5-year return period flow. Water levels have increased 70 cm overnight. Flows are forecast to reach between 420 to 450 m3/s by Saturday night and then decrease on Sunday. Peak flows may approach the 5-year return period flow event.Peace River above Alces River (WSC 07FD010) is recording a flow of 3981 m3/s, which is between the 5-year and 10-year return period flow. Flows will continue to gradually decrease over the weekend.River Forecast Centre – FLNRO – Province of British Columbia.Weather conditions were generally fair on Friday with dry conditions in the South Peace region and less than 10 mm of rain recorded in the Northeast region. Weather forecasts from Environment Canada indicate dry conditions through the remainder of the weekend.- Advertisement -The public should stay clear of rivers during rain events due to quickly flowing water and potentially unstable riverbanks. FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – The B.C. River Forecast Centre is maintaining a flood warning for the Moberly River, while lifting the warning for the streams near Chetwynd, Dawson Creek and Fort St. John.Streamflows in most of the South Peace have continued to fall overnight following peak flows on Thursday and Friday. Most areas have reached conditions where flood risk is minimal. Meanwhile streamflows increased overnight Friday on the Moberly, Beatton and Fontas rivers. Flow conditions this morning, recorded by the Water Survey of Canada (WSC), are as follows: