reo agent in Los Angeles

Real Estate Agent with Keller Williams Realty Los Feliz 01765081

Reo agent in Los Angeles

To be a great Reo broker in LA, one has to know his specific area and be an expert at it. You must be able to complete a detailed, accurate BPO and impress your asset manager for the first time if you get the opportunity. If not you shoud really consider taking BPO courses and getting certified with some of the top REO certification classes. Also, the industry is very saturated with eevryone wanting to get approved with asset management companies. The best way is to start building relationship. It's like the old saying, "it's all about who you know" So start going out and attending seminars. Get involved with Areaa, Nahrep, Nareb local chapters. It could only help. Also, if you use google you can find a lot of useful information as well as linked-in. If you are reading this then this is a good place to start because hopefully by now you know about the power of blogging effectively. Best of luck.

Henry Vega

Los Angeles Reo broker

Excellence Veliz Vip Realty

10220 Old River School Rd.

Downey, CA 90221

Comments (3)

Cindy Edwards
RE/MAX Checkmate - Johnson City, TN
CRS, GRI, PMN - Northeast Tennessee - 423-677-6677

Hi Henry,

So important to be good at doing BPO's.  They are so important in helping to establish proper prices.

Feb 20, 2012 09:38 AM
Yvette Chisholm
Long & Foster Real Estate, Inc. - Rockville, MD
Associate Broker - Rockville, MD 301-758-9500

Appraisers are good a proper prices too and have more experience.   I think agents should sell homes and appraiser should appraise homes.   

Feb 20, 2012 09:43 AM
Henry Vega
Keller Williams Realty Los Feliz - Los Feliz, CA
Los Angeles REO Real Estate Broker

Hi Cindy,

Thank you, yes it is vital when any seller of their proeperty wants to maximize their returns, especially in such a fast changing market.



Yes, appraisers are great at what they do but also a lot of us Realtors have worked hard and become valuable tools for the banks in establishing prices at a much lower rate. Especially when they have so many properties that they are considering to dispose of in this current market. Thanks for the comment.

Feb 21, 2012 04:43 AM