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.
In a new article in the Florida Community Association Journal, Mitch Drimmer demonstrates how the actions of one community association can have far reaching consequences.Read More
Communities across America are suffering as a result of the COVID Pandemic. Help us see how HOAs and Condo Associations are dealing with the pandemic impact.Read More
In our series covering the basics of Condo and HOA Collections, Learn all you need to know about credit bureau reporting.Read More
If you are going to make a payment plan for a homeowner to pay off delinquent assessments, make sure you follow these steps…Read More
In our series covering the basics of Condo and HOA Collections, Learn all you need to know about Collection Underwriting.Read More
Outbound calls to delinquent homeowners seem simple, but they are highly regulated and can represent a liability if your organization does it wrong.Read More
Debt collection done wrong can be expensive for your condo or HOA. Avoid mistakes by following Fair Debt Collections laws.Read More
Considering a collections agency? Here are 7 things you should look at before choosing an HOA collection agency.Read More
In our series covering the basics of Condo and HOA Collections, Learn all you need to know about community association assessmentsRead More
The pandemic has forced us to make changes to the status quo. Virtual board meetings may be one thing that will stick even after the lockdown is over.Read More
When one homeowner doesn’t pay, the entire community suffers. Bad debt isn’t just the delinquent homeowner’s fault, it’s the board’s too…Read More
Axela Technologies’ HAAP program allows community associations to tap into a non-recourse funding option to receive a much-needed cash injection.Read More
With millions out of work due to the COVID-19 pandemic, HOAs and Condos are right to be concerned. This video explores your options.Read More
HOA collections is a matter of security and cannot be delayed. Prioritize community association fund recovery over punishment.Read More
Foreclosures deferred, mortgages on pause and amenities closed – Coronavirus has brought a lot of change to community associations. And with change comes questions. We have the answers.Read More
We’ve been schooled on the benefits of washing our hands, social distancing, etc. What the pundits don’t say is the financial hit communities will endure from a coronavirus recession and how to address it.Read More
Axela Technologies and Watson Association Management announce a strategic partnership to provide innovative collections solutions for Community Associations in FloridaRead More
In their mission to provide collection services to community associations across the nation, Axela Technologies welcomes Alisher Sabirov to spearhead the company’s expansion to California and the West Coast Region.Read More
What do you do if you suspect that your condo or HOA board of directors is mismanaging association funds?Read More
Check out this expert advice from Mitch Drimmer and others in an article titled “Know When to Hold ’Em: Document Retention for Community Associations and Their Managers”.Read More