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vendor credentialing services for multifamily

Getting Down to the Basics of Vendor Credentialing

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This 45-minute, live webcast on mitigating vendor risk will help you understand exactly what vendor credentialing is, why it’s important and just how it can help you and your communities.

Be safe, not sorry.

You'd never allow a prospect to move in without screening them first. You require your residents to have renters insurance so your community is better-protected from damage. Then why aren't you doing the same thing for your vendors? If you aren’t performing a full background and certification check on your vendors, it could come back to bite you. Not verifying criminal records, insurance and financial standing can result in poor work, fraud, fines and even more lost money.

Let industry expert, Tracy Castleman, show you the importance of vendor credentialing and best practices on thoroughly vetting vendors to prevent risk. Also, learn how to identify and avoid common credentialing mistakes to prevent financial loss and more.

About the Hosts:

Tracy Castleman is a licensed Risk Manager, Insurance Agent and Claims Adjuster with over 15 years of experience specializing in the multi-family industry. She holds the Associate in Risk Management (ARM) designation from The Institutes as well as the Construction Risk and Insurance Specialist (CRIS) designation issued by the International Risk Management Institute. She has provided her expertise in helping establish vendor-credentialing programs for over 150 property management companies.

Robert entered the Multifamily industry in 2010 joining Mac-Gray Corporation as Director of Business Development covering the US, with a focus on Privatized Student Housing firms and Top 50 NMHC owner-management firms. He has executed multiple technical and product service launches throughout his career across multiple industries, including enterprise-class SaaS and cloud-based solutions.

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