Customer Bankruptcy Portfolio
We are market testing a sales-oriented bad debt prevention innovation and professional representation business model designed to pull lost profits, assets and customers back from the brink. Early testing has yielded an extraordinary increase in contract assumptions from secured and unsecured bankrupt customers.
Seeking high-volume, u.S.-based b2b customer bankruptcy portfolio from an executory creditor wishing to receive payment in full and retain emerging customers. Creditor will pay a nominal per-account clerical fee of $55.
If you lease, rent, finance, franchise, license, maintain & support, warehouse or provide retained professional or other ongoing services, your bankrupt customers’ credit agreements will likely be treated as executory contracts by debtors’ attorneys and court trustees.+2 Other Responses
Vacant And Foreclosed Properties Market
I am looking for an expert with knowledge of the vacant and foreclosed properties market. Particularly someone who can provide context and the benefits/costs of different solutions to neighborhood blight/safety caused by vacant/foreclosed properties. A strong candidate would be able to answer and provide commentary on these questions:
1. What is the national historic rate of foreclosed homes (excluding 08/09)? What is the trend in foreclosure over the next five to ten years?
2. What ordinances and process have been most effective from a revenue and cost prospective for municipalities?
3. What outsourced services can help a county to reduce/manage the cost of vacant homes and reduce administrative costs?
4. What are the pros/cons of using an outsourced administrator/fee collector?
I am looking for one or multiple 1 hour phone calls with a highly qualified and knowledgeable expert. Thank you in advance.+7 Other Responses
Real Estate Investing
We are a prominent nyc-based expert network and an authorized zintro partner. Our client has an immediate need to to conduct phone consults with multiple experts knowledgeable about asset managers focused on real estate and/or timberland investing (timos). Ideal candidates should be able to discuss the following topics.
1. Typical operating models at asset managers focused on real estate and/or timberland investing (timos)
2. Typical cost breakdown down across the value chain of asset managers focused on real estate and/or timberland investing (including typical revenue, costs, and profitability), as well as how this might scale with aum (approximations at an industry level, not specific to a past employer)
3. Typical organizational structure in real estate and/or timberland investing companies (e.G., the approximate number of ftes allocated to the investing function vs. Support functions vs. Property management teams), as well as how this allocation might change as a company scales in aum
4. Typical risks/benefits of outsourcing versus in house property management
they are interested in speaking with professionals who previously worked for any of the following companies in an executive or investment management role.
- brookfield asset management
- blackstone alternative asset management/real estate
- plum creek timber co.
- the campbell group
- global forest partners
- forest investment associates
- molpus woodlands group
this project has a budget.+11 Other Responses