We take a thoughtfully-designed, effective approach to resolving each individual delinquency.
We are both proactive and aggressive in pursuing conclusions, with the goal of maximizing recoveries in the shortest time frame possible. Our commitment to a higher standard of communication and our personalized account management are second-to-none. Our recovery process features:
Based on the particular issues facing a given community, Axiom takes a thoughtfully designed, step-by-step approach to resolving each individual delinquency and restoring fiscal stability to the association as a whole. In addition to locally-managed markets, we provide board members, property managers and delinquent owners direct access to our team, who are experienced and committed in their efforts to maximize the recovery of delinquent assessments.
Our highly-skilled, highly-motivated account reconciliation team is dedicated to a partnership focused on the recovery of the association and the individual homeowner. You'll experience firsthand how an intensive, resolute approach and unparalleled customer service enable us to resolve delinquencies and restore fiscal stability. Ultimately, our goal is your goal—regain control of delinquencies and strengthen your community.
One of the largest obstacles most associations face in the recovery of delinquent assessments is simply securing accurate contact information for the homeowner. We utilize a variety of specialized, professional databases to identify current contact information, verify property ownership for each individual account, and identify additional assets, employment status and any pending litigation that may affect a legal process.
Our primary goal throughout this process is to provide your association with the tools to make better, more informed decisions on recovering delinquent assessments while also educating the debtors on those accounts. We conduct an in-depth Asset & Risk Analysis that gives your association a comprehensive perspective on the full suite of available options.
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August 31, 2016