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I would love to have a blog going that talks about the GOOD GUYS in REO--here I'll start. . . Raising my glass to servicers passing on cash offers in favor of OWNER OCCUPANCY!!! One of my favorite servicers is working towards an 80% owner occupancy in accepting offers. It is fantastic to be abl...
So. . . Several of the companies that I list REO for require preferred lender pre-qualification. Typically, I love this practice. I have made great relationships with the preferred lenders that have been assigned to me and we have grown successful together. I know that, when I receive an offe...
Looking for Supra Lockboxes in the Reno/Northern Nevada area. If you have any that you are looking to sell, please call me or send an email. Pam Eikleberry 7756261086 email@example.com
Today I found myself wondering, " Are my bank clients best served the blind ‘highest and best' system?" I am just a small REO broker and I have two amazing bank clients. But both banks are thoroughly convinced of the effectiveness of the multiple offer disclosure and blind highest bid in a mult...
Well, I am going to try it out. I have been working on the logistics for a while now and I think that it is time to see if Northern Nevada can support a foreclosure bus tour. I am sure that there is a company somewhere that has figured out a simpler way, but my team and I have been looking throu...
Boy, it seems that two out of three listing appointments I am scheduling are for homes that will be short sales. Not sellers that cashed out to buy motor homes or Hawaiian vacations, either, homeowners that have legitimately lost their pants in a home in the past three years. I am having a diff...
Should I take my home off the market until the spring?Why? This question always baffles me. First and foremost, the market doesn't drop off that significantly in the winter months. You will have less showings and less traffic, but a comparable number of qualified buyers which means less tire k...
Boy, what a few weeks I have had with my buyers! Don’t get me wrong, the buyers are great. Young families struggling to scratch out their first piece of the American dream who have worked for years to repair and build credit and save for closing costs—and they are getting the tar beaten out of th...