How was the REOMAC conference?

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Real Estate Agent with Oakview Realtors
I'm interested in hearing from anybody who attended REOMAC spring conference 2007, i missed it this year but have been there in the past. My questions: Was there any good education? Was there any chance of meeting asset managers? Was it a worthwhile conference for realtors hoping to expand their REO business?

Comments (10)

Anonymous
Shari Posey
I went to the REOMAX conference last week for the first time. I wasn't sure exactly what to expect but I was expecting a lot for the time and money invested. And, I actually learned more than I thought I would. I was surprised at how frank the lenders were about the current state of their portfolios and what the future will look like for the next few years--scary! I got to meet quite a few asset managers but I got the feeling that although they were friendly, it's a pretty tight club. I met several agents specializing in REOs who were extremely helpful offering me tips to make contacts and cultivate business. I'm sure it is most productive for agents who already have a substantial REO business but I will probably attend the conference in the fall in Florida.
Apr 24, 2007 04:03 PM
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Anonymous
Shari Posey
I went to REOMAC this year and am thinking about going to 5 Star in Dallas in September. What is the difference between the two events and is one better than the other?
May 05, 2007 02:11 PM
#2
Rich Kruse
Gryphon USA, Ltd. - Columbus, OH
Hi Shari.  I have not been to either, but am strongly considering the 5 Star in Dallas.  What is holding me back is that they have not posted their education sessions yet.
May 06, 2007 01:17 AM
Anonymous
Ken Olshein

Are these REO meetings for indvidual properties or packages of $10M to $100M? 

I can be reached at ken@a1afinance.com

 

thanks

Ken Olshein

Sep 23, 2007 11:15 AM
#4
Anonymous
law53ut

A friend of mine attended and these were his comments: "I am a member of REOMAC and I just got back from their conference in Palm Springs. Big wigs from Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac and Country Wide were there and all said they are going to be working on getting more short sales approved!!! It's about time they started thinking this way."

Apr 22, 2008 05:30 AM
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Anonymous
Helen Wagner, H.M. Wagner Realty, 6033 N. Sheridan Rd., Chicag

 

We are located in the Chicago area on the northside.  We have been here approximately twenty years.  The majority of our selling has been the condominiums along the lake front in the Edgewater and Rogers Park areas.  We are very much interested in becoming involved in short sales and/or forclosures.

Please supply us with any information that you can.

Regards,

H.M.WAGNER REALTY

Helen Wagner/Broker/Owner  

 

 

 

Apr 30, 2008 07:08 AM
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Bonita Malone
Better Homes and Gardens Mason-McDuffie Real Estate - Sacramento, CA
GRI, SFR, CDPE

Nice advertisement Christine. There are so many of these $99 lists out there, and most of the banks and asset management companies are available for free, while alot of the info is no good. Why pay when you can get most of the info for free!

Oct 17, 2008 01:41 PM
Tracy Nicole Hamilton
Elk Grove, CA
Realtor - Elk Grove CA, Sacramento, CA

I'd have to agree with that one Bonita.  I was supposed to go to the Five Star Conference in September but due to an emergency could not make it.  Any more feedback on the conference?

Oct 17, 2008 07:05 PM
Naomi Streicher
Realty Teams - Pomona, NY
"Make a Smart Move"

The 5 star was very informative. I don't think they expected so many people so they were somewhat disorganized.

The best part was making the contacts. That was priceless. I met agents form all over the country, we shared our contacts, and got great tips.

I will go again.

Naomi Streicher

Broker/Owner

Realty Teams

Rockland County NY

Oct 18, 2008 04:02 PM
Tom Bridge
REMAX Results - Duluth, MN
Duluth Real Estate

So the $200 fee to join REOmac is worth it. I just got an e-mail saying they are taking apps. SHould I do it??

Feb 25, 2009 04:04 AM