Services > Receivership
Capstone helps attorneys and bankers stabilize troubled properties. The services rendered in a court-appointed receivership are usually similar to those offered to Capstone’s management clients. The distinctions between receivership and more traditional management, however, are not insignificant. Receivers are usually appointed when a property is either abandoned or under-performing and a tenant or mortgage-holder commences litigation in order to assure that the property is preserved and maintained. Capstone has been appointed by numerous courts to oversee the management of property in the West Michigan area, and we are proud of the success we’ve enjoyed in our role as a receiver.