Video: Travis Swope on Freddie Mac’s Policy on Termite Damage Repairs

Video: Travis Swope on Freddie Mac’s Policy on Termite Damage Repairs

Swope, president of Griffin Pest Management and current PCOC president, talks about efforts to direct Freddie Mac to rescind its discriminatory HomeSteps program termite policy of arbitrarily preventing professional pest management companies from bidding on and performing termite damage repairs.

March 21, 2014

An important issue for California PCOs at NPMA Legislative Day involved around efforts to direct Freddie Mac to rescind its discriminatory HomeSteps program termite policy of arbitrarily preventing professional pest management companies from bidding on and performing termite damage repairs. (Click here to read NPMA’s position paper on this issue).

In the following video, Travis Swope, president of Griffin Pest Management and current PCOC president, talks about how this issue impacts PCOs and how the industry is responding.

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