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Press Release April 3, 2017

On March 9th, Steve A. Cossingham, of Newport NH, was involved in a serious accident while riding a horse at his home, Full Circle Farm.

Following the accident he was transported to DHMC in Lebanon, in critical condition. Mr. Cossingham had remained in a coma since the accident occurred and passed away Sunday afternoon (April 2nd).

Mr. Cossingham was the founder and President of National Field Representatives, Inc., founded in 1989 and based in Claremont, NH. NFR has three offices in Claremont, which will be consolidated to the Maple Avenue office currently under expansion, and one office in Bradenton, FL. NFR was recently named Business of the Year by the Claremont Chamber of Commerce and also in the Top 100 Private Companies by NH Business Magazine.

NFR, which provides services to the mortgage industry for all 50 states and territories, has a professional and experienced management team with an average of 14 years with the company, all assembled and mentored by Steve. While Mr. Cossingham’s passing is difficult for all of NFR's employees, the management team and staff that Mr. Cossingham put into place will continue to maintain NFR as the best service company in the mortgage industry.

   
National Mortgage Servicing Conference & Expo Feb 14-17, 2017

NFR will be attending the MBA’s National Mortgage Servicing Conference & Expo  2017, February 14-17, at the Gaylord Texan Hotel & Convention Center in Dallas, TX.

Stop by Booth #405 and meet our staff – Margie Schagen, Business Development Manager; Brad Cossingham, Property Preservation Vice President; Jill Cannon, Property Preservation Manager; and Eli Steele, Business Systems Analyst

Leave us your business card for a chance to win an Apple Watch.

   
Washington State law / Supreme Court ruling: 7/15/16

The Washington Supreme Court ruled that securing a property before foreclosure sale is completed constitutes “taking possession” of the property and is in violation of the Washington state law RCW 7.28.30.

When placing work orders on NFROnline you will receive the following prompt:

The property is located in the state of Washington and is subject to the requirements under RCW 7.28.230. Please confirm that those requirements have been met prior to ordering securing of the property.

Please confirm that you still wish to place this order by clicking on OK, otherwise click on Cancel.


If you have any questions please contact your NFR Preservation coordinator.

The court ruling and law are available here.

   
Flooding in South Carolina 10/7/15

As reported from our contractors in the field, SC is in a state of emergency and curfews have been set in areas. Interstates are closed in Columbia and Sumter. Three dams broke in Columbia. Roads are closed throughout the area.  Work will be delayed until the state of emergency is lifted and the flooding has receded. Note that lawns will be too wet to mow for quite some time until things dry out.

   
Winter’s Coming! We’re ready…. Are you? 9/24/15

The season’s change is upon us and soon we will be battling freezing to subzero temperatures in many areas of the country. It is hard to believe, but it is time to be taking the appropriate steps to protect your properties from freeze damage.

In many areas of the country, the lack of winterization will almost certainly result in freeze damage, including broken pipes, cracked fixtures, toilets and water closets. Beyond these direct damages, the consequential damages to ceilings, walls, floors, cabinets, etc. can be catastrophic. Furthermore, ice, which expands to damage your pipes and fixtures in its solid state, subsequently turns back to its liquid state adding a moisture source to your property, providing a perfect environment for rampant mold growth and all its resulting damages. If not identified and properly addressed, the very viability of the property may be in jeopardy. Unprotected properties have been found with waterfalls cascading over ice from the third floor all the way to the cellar. Horror stories include police reporting a safety risk due to ice forming in the road which was then tracked back up the driveway to the overflowing cellar. Winterization protects your property from these types of damages, thus saving your company thousands of dollars per property. While it carries a cost, winterization is a prudent investment in your property.

Many areas of the country have or will start winterizing soon. The dates vary throughout the country and by investor. Some customers are opting for winterizing year-round. This assures you the property is protected. It removes the rush, workload peak, and risk of missing a property. It is difficult if you are sitting in San Diego, Houston, Orlando, or some other warm sunny southern location to maintain the proper focus on protecting your Indianapolis, Omaha, and Philadelphia properties from freeze damage, but it time and effort very well spent. Don’t put it off. A sudden cold snap will put you in the unnecessary high stressed position of needing a rush order and the risk of significant damage to your asset.

It is indeed time to be getting your properties winterized. Soon our friends in Minneapolis will consider a high of 38 a heat wave! And the folks in Miami will be shaking their heads in disbelief that anyone can survive in such an environment. Make sure your properties have been properly prepared to survive the freeze conditions that will be upon us soon.

   
New location in Florida 9/14/15

We've moved our Florida office to new and larger accommodations to keep up with NFR's growth. As of today, September 14, 2015, we are now located at:

101 Riverfront Blvd., Suite 200
Bradenton, FL 34205
Toll Free: 877.997.2900 (same)
Phone: 941.752.3311 (same)

   
New York State Best Practices 7/15

Recently the New York State Department of Financial Services released a document titled “Industry Best Practices: Inspecting, Securing and Maintaining Vacant and Abandoned Properties in New York”. This initiative reflects NY State’s commitment to reducing neighborhood blight by providing the best practices to Mortgage Loan Servicers and Property Preservation and Inspection companies. The practices delineated in this document apply to first lien mortgages on one to four family residential properties and are subject to investor guidelines, NY state law and orders issued by a court.

NFR is closely monitoring events and developments as they pertain to the best practices and our current policies and procedures are in compliance with the parameters outlined by the New York State Department of Financial Services. Click here to download the NY Best Practices document.

   
Texas Flooding

6/25/15

Just when we thought Texas was drying out, Hurricane/Tropical Storm Bill is hitting. Many states could be affected with this storm as it heads northeast. Contractors are already reporting flash flood warnings/road closures, with some areas being evacuated. 

   
NFR ELIMINATORS: Walking to Eliminate Violence

4/25/15

NFR participated in the Turning Points Network “Steppin’ Up to End Violence” 5k walk on Saturday, April 25, 2015. Employees and family members joined in and raised $8,645, making NFR the top fundraiser! Pretty impressive, considering it was our first time. The focus of the walk was to raise community awareness of Domestic Violence and to help eliminate it for good! A big Thank You to employees, family members, contractors, and friends who donated and/or walked!

   
Baltimore Riots

4/29/15

Contractors are reporting cars, homes, stores and malls have been looted, damaged or burned in the following zip codes:
- 21216
- 21217
- 21223
- 21229
- 21215
These areas are unsafe and are blocked off by the National Guard.  Therefore, there will be a delay in work being performed

   
Lawncuts on your mind?

3/17/15

Call NFR today for all your Lawncut and Field Service needs!

   
2015 Holiday Closings

 

NFR will be closed on the following days:
- Thursday, January 1, 2015
- Monday, May 25, 2015
- Friday, July 3, 2015
- Monday, September 7, 2015
- Thursday, November 26, 2015
- Friday, December 25, 2015

   
Holiday Closings 12/16/14

NFR will be closed on Christmas and New Year's days.

   
Weather Alert 11/21/14

Buffalo, NY and surrounding areas have received a staggering accumulation of snow throughout the week. Our contractors in the area are continuing to report access issues as the towns continue to work to clear snow. Therefore our work in the area is delayed and we will bring you updates on the situation as the status changes.

   
NFR proudly sponsors the National Reverse Mortgage Lenders Association (NRMLA) Annual Conference 10/29/14

NFR is proud to sponsor the National Reverse Mortgage Lenders Association (NRMLA) Annual Conference. NFR has provided field services for over 15+ years designed to meet the unique needs of Reverse Mortgage Servicers. Please call us at 877-997-2900, ext. 4210 to schedule a time to get together or stop by our booth. See you in Miami, November 9-12, 2014!

   
Winter’s Coming! We’re ready…. Are you? 9/30/14

The season’s change is upon us and soon we will be battling freezing to subzero temperatures in many areas of the country. It is hard to believe, but it is time to be taking the appropriate steps to protect your properties from freeze damage.

In many areas of the country, the lack of winterization will almost certainly result in freeze damage, including broken pipes, cracked fixtures, toilets and water closets. Beyond these direct damages, the consequential damages to ceilings, walls, floors, cabinets, etc. can be catastrophic. Furthermore, ice, which expands to damage your pipes and fixtures in its solid state, subsequently turns back to its liquid state adding a moisture source to your property, providing a perfect environment for rampant mold growth and all its resulting damages. If not identified and properly addressed, the very viability of the property may be in jeopardy. Unprotected properties have been found with waterfalls cascading over ice from the third floor all the way to the cellar. Horror stories include police reporting a safety risk due to ice forming in the road which was then tracked back up the driveway to the overflowing cellar. Winterization protects your property from these types of damages, thus saving your company thousands of dollars per property. While it carries a cost, winterization is a prudent investment in your property.

Many areas of the country have or will start winterizing soon. The dates vary throughout the country and by investor, but the industry standard is primarily 10/1 through 3/31. It is difficult if you are sitting in San Diego, Houston, Orlando, or some other warm sunny southern location to maintain the proper focus on protecting your Indianapolis, Omaha, and Philadelphia properties from freeze damage, but it time and effort very well spent. Don’t put it off. A sudden cold snap will put you in the unnecessary high stressed position of needing a rush order and the risk of significant damage to your asset.

It is indeed time to be getting your properties winterized. Soon our friends in Minneapolis will consider a high of 38 a heat wave! And the folks in Miami will be shaking their heads in disbelief that anyone can survive in such an environment. Make sure your properties have been properly prepared to survive the freeze conditions that will be upon us soon.

   
NFR continues commitment to mortgage field services 9/13/14

Claremont, NH - 13 September 2014 – National Field Representatives (NFR) celebrated 25 years of operations. Since it’s founding, NFR has maintained a steadfast focus on providing high-quality mortgage field services.

The state of the mortgage industry has changed drastically and NFR continues to meet the ever changing needs of the largest mortgage servicers to community banks.  What started in 1989 as a small company with nine employees has evolved into a company of over 200 employees with four locations in Claremont, NH and Sarasota, FL.

“We are deeply grateful to our customers for their trust in NFR,” said Steve Cossingham, founder and President of NFR. “Though there are many factors which have attributed to our success, underlying them all is our employees’ unwavering commitment to integrity, professionalism and quality results.”

“I especially want to offer my heartfelt thanks to our employees, field representatives, and their families, whose creativity, dedication and sacrifices allow us to meet our customer’s needs on a daily basis and build a strong foundation for future growth,” Cossingham continued. “I am convinced that the company’s greatest accomplishments are still to come. With the confidence of our customers and commitment of our employees, our journey is just beginning”.

CMBA 19th Annual Western States Loan Servicing Conference 7/30/2014
NFR is a proud sponsor of the CMBA 19th Annual Western States Loan Servicing Conference, August 3rd to 5th, 2014. We invite you to visit our booth and discuss your Field Service needs with Margie and Mary.
   
NFR is proud to be a part of Claremont, NH’s 250th Anniversary 6/17/14

NFR is proud to be a part of Claremont, NH’s 250th anniversary celebration. The sculpture that will be erected to commemorate this anniversary has been made possible by the donations from NFR and other local businesses. Claremont is the long-time home of NFR’s corporate office.

The sculpture, aptly named “ourhandsthenandnow”, incorporates cutouts of hands of local workers, representing the workforce that built the city. It is believed it will be the tallest freestanding sundial in the U.S. at 53 feet. At night it will be lit from within to accentuate the shape of the hands, making them look like stars.

NFR employee hand tracings for the sculpture were taken on June 12th with the sculptor, Ernest Montenegro.

Our Water Street office will overlook the sculpture, giving our employees a connection with generations gone by and those to come.

   
Flooding Update 5/6/14
Field reps are reporting considerable improvement in these areas. Most areas have access. We will advise if otherwise.
   
Recent flooding is impacting field reps in MD, DE, FL, AR, MO, LA, AL, and MS. 5/1/14
Photos provided by a Maryland National Field Reps inspector show multiple roads under water and mudslides taking down vehicles.

NFR and our dedicated reps are working diligently to address these challenges but please be advised of closed roads, the traffic impact of emergency repairs, and just plain inaccessible areas that may unfortunately impact some results, in the short term, in these effected areas. Click this link for more news on the Maryland flooding.
   
8th Annual Mortgage Servicing Conference 4/25/14
As we return from the Mortgage Servicing Conference just concluded in Dallas, Texas, we want to take this opportunity to thank those who were able to stop by our booth and those with whom we were able to meet.

In these ever changing times, it is indeed beneficial to communicate and network with others in our challenging industry. There was lots of discussion around the compliance issues we all face. The near future will almost certainly mean continuing scrutiny with even more audits expected.

As always, please know NFR is here to assist you in any way we can.
   
Field Auditing 4/22/14
NFR’s Field Auditors just completed a six-day audit trip that spanned over 1,700 miles through five states; performing 98 on-site property audits (with only one discrepancy); serviced by fifteen different Independent Contractors. They also conducted four on-site Independent Contractor Security Audits that all went well. Our Independent Contractors are advised of the results of our audits right from the field and greatly appreciate the feedback. They know that NFR and its customers care about them and value the work that they do.
   
We have you covered…. 4/20/14
In response to the Federal Housing Finance Agency - Office of Inspector General’s FHFA Oversight of Enterprise Controls Over Pre-Foreclosure Property Inspections Audit Report AUD-2014-012 March 25, 2014 please be assured we recognize these risks and are diligently, productively, and effectively mitigating and controlling them for our mutual benefit.

NFR is proud of the ability to provide complete results that are accurate, current and consistent on all reports provided to our customers.

NFR has quality control checks in place for both our inspectors and inspection results. These controls are built into the automation used in the field, the system used in house, in the review conducted in house, and with audits conducted both in house and in the field.

When inspectors apply to work for NFR, we check references, insurance coverage and do a thorough criminal background check and interview each potential inspector to review their experience and competency.  Because some inspections require interviewing occupants, NFR only recruits the best inspectors because they not only represent NFR, but also our customers. Inspection and Preservation contractors are required to execute an Inspection & Preservation Agreement, an SLA, a Confidentiality Agreement, and a Code of Conduct.

Photographs and written inspection results are reviewed by experienced specialists for accuracy and validity. This includes comparing any previous inspections to the current inspections, making sure any provided information is clearly shown in good, clear photos. Our system is programmed to identify and stop duplicate photos. Inspection dates are reviewed to make sure a consistent schedule is being followed per the customers’ requests whether it is a one-time, weekly or monthly inspection.

Inspection audits are conducted by experienced personnel on a frequent basis to validate inspection results and ensure high quality results each and every time. These audits take place in the field and in house.

Quality, professionalism, accuracy and timely service are hallmarks for NFR.
   
Snow Removals and Lawn Cuts – At the same time? 4/17/14
With this year’s amazingly long and severe winter we have actually extended, on an as-needed basis, our snow removal “season” from March 31st to April 30th. Ironically, at the very same time lawn cuts have started in many parts of the country.

If you have received a list of properties to review for placement on the lawn cut system and have responded – our thanks.

If you have not yet responded, we would appreciate you doing so for our mutual benefit.

If you need a new list, please contact your Preservation Coordinator and we will be glad to arrange same.
   
8th Annual Mortgage Servicing Conference 4/3/14
NFR will be attending the 8th Annual Mortgage Servicing Conference, April 23-25,2014, at The Westin Galleria in Dallas, TX. Please visit our booth and learn about our new product to assist in verifying the correct property is inspected or secured.
   
NFR – Keeping us both out of the News! 3/17/14
We have introduced a Photo Verification procedure. Mortgage & Servicing companies verify a photo against their records and that verified photo then accompanies each order released to the field. Contractors confirm they are at the correct property by comparison to the verified photo prior to completing any work. Assurance of compliance and reducing errors is our mutual goal. Ask us how this new Photo Verification Process can work for you.
   
National Mortgage Servicing Conference & Expo 2/18-21, 2014
NFR will be attending the MBA’s National Mortgage Servicing Conference & Expo on February 18-21, 2014, at the Hyatt Regency in Orlando, FL. Please stop by booth #909 and meet our staff, Steve Cossingham- President, Margie Schagen-Business Development Manager, Mary Hoch-Business Development Specialist, Korrie Goodspeed-Preservation Supervisor and Dawn Lawrence –Preservation Supervisor. Leave us your business card for a chance to win an iPad Air.
   
Winter Storm Alert 2/14/14
As you have no doubt seen in the media, the Eastern seaboard has been slammed with inclement weather from Georgia to Maine; this massive winter storm is expected to last until Friday morning, dumping mass quantities of snow and sleet. States of Emergency have been declared in several states including Georgia, the Carolinas, Delaware, Pennsylvania, and New York. Motorists are warned to keep off the roads. Subcontractors in the Philadelphia area especially are reporting 2-3” of snow per hour, along with 2” of ice accumulation from sleet. At NFR, we’re doing everything we can to ensure that this storm will have a minimal impact on timely field service.
   
NFR Job Fair 11/21/13

We would like to give a special thank you to everyone who joined us at NFR’s Job Fair Saturday, November 16th, at our new Water Street location, and making it a huge success! NFR’s goal is to match qualified candidates to our unique type of business.

Attendance at the Job Fair was close to 70 people all of whom were interviewed and given typing and data entry tests. We have selected 54% of our attendees for further consideration.

NFR continues to seek qualified applicants and encourages all those interested to send their resume to hr@nfronline.com.

   

NFR is Expanding

10/21/13

Since National Field Representatives’ founding in 1989, our company has grown exponentially. What started off as a six-employee operation based out of Windsor, Vermont is now a work force of 165 people processing 200,000 property inspections a month across the U.S. In addition to property inspections, NFR offers a variety of property-based services, including property preservation and insurance loss. Over the last year, NFR has experienced unprecedented growth and is preparing for further expansion scheduled for 2014.

NFR’s commitment to excellence--our dedication to accurate reporting, timely service, the creation of automated processes to facilitate that service, and customer satisfaction has earned our very positive reputation in the field service industry. With this reputation, demand for our services has soared. We are now one of the largest employers in the Claremont, NH area, and we are expanding our operations to include a new office on Water St. in Claremont, NH and expansion of the Sarasota, FL company, as well. NFR has recently hired 30 employees, and is now seeking to fill another 50 positions with new employees who embrace our four core values: Accuracy, Automation, Timely Service and Customer Service.

Potential employees can expect a fast-paced working environment. An average work day is marked by rapid activity, multi-tasking, shifting priorities, and varying customer demands. NFR employees work with a digital interface, which requires excellent typing skills and extended periods of time using a desktop computer. Strong communication skills--especially phone and e-mail skills--are imperative not only for coordinating with our nationwide contractor network in the field, but also for providing our customers with exceptional service, and, on occasion, speaking with homeowners who are experiencing a difficult transition in their lives. The average NFR employee possesses the ability to think critically, multitask, troubleshoot and resolve issues, and make informed decisions quickly.

In return, NFR offers employees a comfortable, positive, and productive work environment, as our many long-term employees can attest. Our employees enjoy a sense of ownership and accomplishment. We are proud of our employees and foster a working community based on job security, respect, and fair compensation. Our low turnover rate speaks for itself.

Our employees aren’t here very long before they discover that community is an important aspect of NFR’s company culture. NFR owner and founder Steve Cossingham was born and raised in Claremont, and is dedicated to the well-being of the community. With NFR’s main office located in Claremont, NH, NFR draws much of our workforce from the local employment pool; we’ve found an abundance of qualified, dedicated employees, and we look forward to new additions to our team.  The community has always been very kind to NFR, and NFR is dedicated to reciprocating and maintaining that positive relationship.

If you are committed to providing excellent customer service and believe that NFR’s core values and our productive environment are a good fit for you, we encourage you to submit your cover letter and resume to hr@nfronline.com as soon as possible, as we are actively interviewing and hiring.

NFR will also be hosting a job fair on November 16, 2013 at our new office in the mill building at 21 Water St, Claremont, NH. We look forward to speaking with you.

 

Update on Colorado

10/11/13

After the Colorado flooding the areas which are still generally inaccessible are:
· Lyon
· Nederland
· Superior
· Ward
· some areas of Boulder

Estes Park is still inaccessible to non-residents. However, NFR has a contractor that lives within Estes Park and is currently able to conduct inspections in most areas of town.

If you need inspections performed in Estes Park and are not currently an NFR customer please call Customer Relations @ 800-639-2151 Ext 2220

   

Colorado Disaster Zip Codes:

 

Click here to download an Excel spreadsheet containing (in 2 worksheets) the Zip codes for the 4 counties already declared eligible for individual assistance, as well as 11 additional counties declared eligible for public assistance or where Colorado has requested disaster declarations.

 
   

Update From the Field:

09/30/13

Many areas of Colorado are still experiencing rain, not the volume of rain experienced a few weeks ago, but enough to keep many reps from being able to complete outdoor work such as lawn cuts.  Reps are reporting having issues accessing Estes Park, Lyon, Nederland, Superior, Ward and some areas of Bolder and it has not been determined when they will be able to.  To add to the devastation of the flooding, there have been 11 "notable" oil spills that have dumped a total of 34,524 gallons into the environment as well as "millions of gallons of sewage" released because sewer lines were torn out by the flooding.  In the town of Lyons, there is reported E. coli in the water supply and reports state that it will be 2-6 months before the town is in a "livable" condition.  The damage caused by these floods span 17 counties and close to 2,000 square miles.

   

Colorado Flooding

09/17/13

As you know, Colorado has experienced flooding on an unprecedented scale. This “thousand year rain event” will likely affect many areas for months to come.

NFR is currently reaching out to our contractors in that state to determine if they and their families have been personally affected. So far none of those contacted have had their homes damaged. However, at least one contractor reports that many of their employees homes are underwater and some are reporting that they have relatives that were directly affected.

Specifics:

- The Colorado Dept. of Transportation is currently reporting 50 bridges in CO as destroyed or damaged, though that number is expected to rise. The CDOT bridge engineer told the Denver Post “I doubt we know the extent of it yet.

- Emergency management officials said 17,494 homes were damaged, 1,502 homes were destroyed.

- The Denver Post reports that Jamestown, CO was completely destroyed.

Clearly the flooding as well as the road and bridge damage will affect access and time service for the foreseeable future.

A Sample Report “from the field”


One of our contractors (Lana Wing) sent us the following regarding their area:


The weather bureau is now calling this a "thousand year flood.

Almost nothing in the mountains (north of I-70, west of I-25) is accessible and may not be for months or years to come. Not only are roads and bridges washed out, in many cases road beds are destroyed which means repair will not be simple repaving -- it will be building from scratch.

Most homes in 80403 plus Black Hawk and Central City are no longer accessible. Nothing is accessible west of Boulder. Nothing is accessible along Bear Creek, Clear Creek, Cole Creek, the St Vrain River, Big Thompson River, or Poudre River. That includes all of Boulder, Longmont, Loveland and Ft Collins, plus everything east of I-25 north of Longmont -- all of Weld County, Morgan county, etc.

The Air Force search and rescue command says this is at least as bad as Hurricane Katrina on the Gulf Coast several years ago; they have actually rescued more people here than in Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama and Florida during that storm.

And in addition to the areas already mentioned, there is major road and other damage in Castle Rock, Parker, Aurora, parts of Highlands Ranch, Lone Tree, Englewood and Littleton.

I know when you don't live in this immediate area or travel in it, it is difficult to comprehend the scope of the disaster.


Another contractor has pointed out that conditions in the areas that news crews can’t reach are significantly worse than they are in the areas where the news crews can get to. “Things are much worse than you’re seeing on television”

Please check back to this page frequently, as it will be updated regularly with more specifics (and photos from our contractors) as they become available.

   

Five Star Conference and Expo

09/08/13

We are looking forward to attending the Five Star Conference and Expo in Dallas, Texas on September 8-10, 2013, at the Hilton Anatole. Please stop by booth 130-132 and meet our staff, Margie Schagen -Business Development Manager, Mary Hoch - Business Development, Ric Washer - IT Manager, Vickie Page - VP of Administration and Ed Hristache - Controller.

   

National Association of Mortgage Field Services Conference was a great success...

09/05/13

The 25th NAMFS Conference was a great success celebrating a quarter century of dedicated professionals working together in the mortgage field service industry.

Thursday’s golf outing and NAMFS Gives Back Event saw a great turnout. Friday’s opening ceremony was deeply moving as the association remembered long time NAMFS members and officers who have passed away this year and are greatly missed. Expert panel discussion emphasized the standards we operate on regarding increased scrutiny, quality, customer/investor expectations and updates to investor guidelines. We were also pleased to receive overwhelming positive feedback on the NFROnline Web Portal and Contractor Information Center that were instituted earlier this year.

Addresses by current leadership members and candidates for President and Vice-President reflected on the changes and accomplishments of the last 25 years. They highlighted how these changes have made us adaptable, and ready to face the next 25 years with the same positive attitude that brought us here. This was followed by a powerful keynote address by Doug Dvorak on being a positive force in a negative world.

There was something for everyone at this year’s conference. The greatest treasure of all was the opportunity of meeting face to face with our independent contractors. It is their hard work that allows us all to set the fine standard when it comes to mortgage servicing.

   

NFR's Independence Day Closing.

07/02/2013

National Field Representatives will be closed July 4th, 2013, in Observance of Independence Day.

   

Oklahoma Disaster Declaration

05/03/2013

Please contact lcolby@nfronline.com if you need NFR to create a report for you. Click here for more information.

   

NFR's Memorial Day Closing

05/21/2013

In observance of Memorial Day, National Field Representatives will be closed Monday, May 27, 2013.

   

MBA National Mortgage Servicing Conference & Expo

02/15/2013

February 19-February 22, 2013 - Gaylord Texan Hotel & Conference Center, Dallas, TX

   

NFR's Holiday Closing

12/14/2012

In observance of the Christmas & New Year's holidays, NFR will be closed on December 25th and January 1st, 2013.

Have a happy and safe Holiday Season!

 

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