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MUNIREG INTRODUCTION

Municipal property registration programs are effective solutions in a local government’s “tool-box” to address various issues affecting the health, safety and security of a community. Strategic private-sector partnerships can increase the productivity and efficiencies of human capital and other existing resources.

Founded by a national expert on community blight with over a decade of experience, MuniReg provides you with the right program while leveraging our experience to enhance the value through complimentary initiatives.


  • Easy to Use

    To increase compliance, MuniReg utilizes the latest technology to produce a user-friendly platform for both municipal partners and registering parties.

  • First in Class Support

    Customer service is the key to any successful business relationship. MuniReg staff not only knows that, we BELIEVE it!

  • Fast Results

    As the old adage goes “time is money”, so we know that time matters! Achieving compliance is the ultimate goal but the efficient delivery of timesaving information is a close second!


Property Registration

MuniReg programs assist in proactively identifying and monitoring properties in your community. Successful implementation results in increased compliance, greater efficiencies and restoration of lost revenue.

Expertise

As Sir Francis Bacon once said, “knowledge is power”. MuniReg’s clients receive the benefit of years of experience in a small, yet critical area of local governance. Learn how our expertise extends to provide value added benefits to our clients.

Community Revitalization

MuniReg strives to assist our clients with the ultimate goal of the betterment of their respective communities. Our programs are a critical “tool in your toolbox” in achieving this. Let us show you how!

  • “Michael shares and continues the legacy of his late father-in-law and founder of Safeguard Properties Robert Klein, as a strong advocate for communities. MuniReg brings private sector experience and expertise that municipalities can utilize to increase efficiencies and reduce expenditures.”
    Jim Rokakis Vice President, Western Reserve Land Conservancy

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Continuing Educational Resources

Continuing Educational Resources Often state-specific presentation, though directed to a specific audience, provide additional insight and solutions into what are common concerns or issues. West Virginia University “BAD (Brownfield, Abandoned, Dilapidated) Buildings Program” is continuingREAD MORE

Still on the Hamster Wheel…

Back in 2019, we blogged about the issue of antiquated policies that centered around required notifications being sent to known abandoned properties or even to a deceased individual. Independent of the waste of time andREAD MORE

Free Demolitions? Think Outside the Box

Demolitions, such a critical component of a blight mitigation strategy, often come with a hefty price tag. Creative approaches are often necessary. Previously we have discussed communities that have utilized the National Guard for theirREAD MORE

SB 60 signed by Florida Governor

SB 60 addressing the issue of anonymous code enforcement complaints has been signed by Governor DeSantis in Florida on June 29, 2021. Following is a summary of the bill by the Florida Senate Community AffairsREAD MORE

GAO COVID-19 Housing Protections

In its most recent report on housing, the GAO analysis of the National Mortgage Database showed mortgage forbearance and other Federal efforts have reduced default and foreclosure risks. For more information, please click here. WhyREAD MORE

Money Well Spent – Land Banks

A recent study by Youngstown State University Williamson College of Business demonstrates a solid ROI. $21 million utilized to demolish abandoned homes, rehabilitate others and spruce up abandoned lots across Mahoning County (Ohio) returned $33.2READ MORE

The Power to Stabilize Neighborhoods

In a new study, Karen Black with May 8 Consulting Research “summarizes the existing research about the effectiveness of certain policy interventions to help stabilize low- and moderate-income neighborhoods after a macroeconomic shock. This documentREAD MORE

Stipends for Property Maintenance

Instead of relying on lawn maintenance companies, the Genesee County Land Bank are hiring community block-clubs, schools, churches, neighborhood associations, and local non-profits to clean and maintain their own neighborhoods “We have actually 10 newREAD MORE

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  • “Michael shares and continues the legacy of his late father-in-law and founder of Safeguard Properties Robert Klein, as a strong advocate for communities. MuniReg brings private sector experience and expertise that municipalities can utilize to increase efficiencies and reduce expenditures.”
    Jim Rokakis Vice President, Western Reserve Land Conservancy

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