REOCON 2010 Convention Coming in January

Real Estate Agent with RE/MAX Preferred Properties

Ok, so I was more than skeptical about yet another REO Convention/Event. I have been in contact with Hugh Elder about the details of this event and I am really encouraged and exited about the program and participants.

There is an impressive, all-star line-up of speakers and panelists for the REOCON event.

Dr. Christopher Thornberg, Founding Principal, Beacon Economics
Tom Moon, Founder, & REOMAC Board Member
Bruce Norris, Investor, Media Host & Exec Board - Real Estate Council of Southern California
Julie D. Randall, VP, UnionBankCal Mortgage - Past President, REOMAC and UTA
Mia Semo, Client Relations & Client Management - National Default Servicing; REOMAC Board of Directors.
Rick Sharga, Senior Vice President, RealtyTrac, Iinc.
Kathy Jeffers-Volk, Manager, Broker Relations - NRT REO Experts; Past President, REOMAC & Editor of REOMAC Update.
Bob Jackson, Esq., Jackson & Associates (specializing in Post-Foreclosure Legal Issues)
Skip Schenker, Bank of America, Rehabilitation Loan Expert.
Deborah Leone, Founder and Principal, Lions Gate Financial Network Inc.
Tim Burrell, Esq., Author, Owner/Broker and Expert on the Short Sale process
Matthew Mandell, CCIM; Investor; Asset Management Company Owner, REOMAC Committee Co-Chair.
Rick Conflitti, Multi-State, Commercial & Residential REO Brokerage, Preservation, etc.
Dorothy Buse, Broker, Coldwell Banker; Certified Appraiser
Bob Zachmeier, Author; Instructor; and Active Distressed Property Agent
Mindy Mason, Associate Broker, RE/MAX Associates; Short Sale Expert; Board Member, SLC Board of Realtors

The un-sung hero in all of this planning and preparation is Hugh Elder, a quiet, behind the scenes kind of guy that gets things done. Hugh has been in REO "forever" and a member of REOMAC since "1982." I actually had some business dealings, several years ago, with a company Hugh owns. I never knew he was a distinguished REO veteran.

It's a small world, isn't it!

There is a limitation on the number of registrants, so it would be best to decide earlier than later (you snooze, you lose).

I'm going.

See you there,

Clay Kime

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