About the Author
Mitch Drimmer is a respected thought leader in his field and has led numerous continuing education classes in collections, His articles have been published in key trade journals and newspapers, and he is a speaker at educational seminars.
As the President of Business Development for Axela Technologies, Drimmer works with community associations and their management companies to introduce innovative strategies to collect delinquent maintenance fees.
Throughout his career, Drimmer has worked with community associations to help them see their way through tough times, especially during the real estate crash. He is a passionate advocate for community associations and has participated in the legislative process over the years trying to bring fair and equitable legislation that serves community associations.
Drimmer earned a Bachelor of Arts in History from Hunter College in New York City, and has worked in the community association collections space since 2007.
You joined your HOA or condo board to make a difference, not to dive head first into the drama of HOA bill collection. Don’t shoulder that burden, let Axela do it for you.Read More
HOA fees and assessments are the lifeblood of a community association. But why is that so? Understanding how and why your community collects fees is important to understanding your part in your condo association or HOA.Read More
HOA delinquency is a common problem many communities face. Homeowners and condo association board members shouldn’t have to handle the emotional turmoil unpaid assessments bring.Read More
Having trouble finding good talent to grow your association management company? You are not alone. Our industry is experiencing a talent shortage. Time to consider outsourcing.Read More
Should you contact your lawyer for HOA collections? Calling in the big guns may sound good, but it can also cost huge fees that may end up coming back to the association in the long run.Read More
State community association collections laws are complicated, varied, and seem to be constantly changing. If you’re not in compliance, you could be opening yourself up to liability issues!Read More
Increases in the Consumer Price Index tell us that inflation is on the rise. Are you accounting for it in your community association budget this year? If you fail to plan, the consequences could be disastrous.Read More
Condo and HOA Collections don’t need to be unfair. Merit-based solutions exist to make fair collections – a win-win for both the community and the homeowner.Read More
Even with priority liens, banks and lenders continue to expect community associations to pick up their slack, and then use the courts to excuse their dirty lending practices and throw HOAs under the bus.Read More
An uptick in condominium and HOA delinquency rates is expected, according to a new survey by Community Associations Institute (CAI)Read More
Ethical Collections is about more than just doing the right thing. It is in the best interest of your association financials, and homeowner relations…Read More