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Dummies Guide to REO Sales This week I began my intrepid adventure into REO sales by purchasing the contact information for over 130 financial institutions.  I paid about $200 dollars and after receiving the material began the process of filling out vendor registration forms 132 times. (about 5-1...
Posted about 6 years ago
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Hi Everyone, This is Ron Maixner, founder of the group.  Little did I know that when I strated this thing that I would eventually start getting 2-3 requests a day to join the group.  In light of this I'm putting together a couple guidelines for who is allowed to join.1) Only one person from each ...
Posted over 6 years ago
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Hi Everyone,I thought I'd share my process sheet for completing REOs since many of you are strarting out in the business. Feel free to cut and paste.RonREO PROCESS SHEETQuestions For Asset ManagersWhat Property Management Services will you require?_________________________________________________...
Posted over 6 years ago
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Hi Everyone,I thought I'd share my process sheet for completing REOs since many of you are strarting out in the business. Feel free to cut and paste.RonREO PROCESS SHEETQuestions For Asset ManagersWhat Property Management Services will you require?_________________________________________________...
Posted over 6 years ago
REO and Foreclosures: Part II We determined in part one that a foreclosure is prior and included the sheriffs sale and time of redemption.  An REO is when the bank owns the property free and clear and markets it through a Realtor.Which is better to purchase?  A foreclosure or an REO?First, when b...
Posted over 6 years ago
We determined in part one that a foreclosure is prior and included the sheriffs sale and time of redemption.  An REO is when the bank owns the property free and clear and markets it through a Realtor.Which is better to purchase?  A foreclosure or an REO?First, when buying a foreclosure or an REO ...
Posted over 6 years ago
 When one thinks of a deal on the real estate market, one thinks of purchasing a property in foreclosure.  However, one must consider that a foreclosed home and an REO (Real Estate Owned)home are not the same terminology. When a owner of real estate can no longer afford the payments, then a serie...
Posted over 6 years ago
When one thinks of a deal on the real estate market, one thinks of purchasing a property in foreclosure.  However, one must consider that a foreclosed home and an REO (Real Estate Owned)home are not the same terminology.When a owner of real estate can no longer afford the payments, then a series ...
Posted over 6 years ago
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I want to thank John Marker for setting the pace that is intended for this group, mainly sharing tips and referrals.The other day John called me and we spentabout 45 minutes on the phone talking about how our REO businesses are developing.  We're both rather new to the REO side, but we were able ...
Posted over 6 years ago
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Every other Tuesday in our city, the sheriff stands on the front steps of the courthouse and sells the current foreclosed properties.  It will list the bank, trust company, or credit union vs. the debtor, list the address of the property, and then the legal firm that is handling the case.My quest...
Posted over 6 years ago
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