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I got this email from National Default Servicing last night. Does this mean if I do their property inspection I may get a listing? What do they mean in marketing status? It does not appear to be a standard paid BPO they are asking for...
Good Afternoon Broker,
I am working on a project for our client for some assets that are in marketing status. Please advise if you are able to complete a interior property inspection for the property located at 700 **********, Tampa Fl, 33602
If you are able to assist NDS, Please use the attached form to record your findings. Return property inspection forms email@example.com within 3 days of receiving this email.
· Our goal with these inspections is to ensure our properties are being properly maintained and client requirements are being met.
· Upon completion of this inspection The National Groups and National Default Servicing will note your willingness to help in your profile.
· If at any time you are unable to complete this inspection, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
My only experience with National Default Servicing is the promise of being the realtor next in line for a particular listing is it doesn't sell within their 90 day limit. In exchange for that position, I have done 2nd opinion BPO's for them for free, as they do not pay. We'll see if they perform or not, as one of the listings has a 90 day deadline coming up next week. I'll let you know if they follow through or not.
Anybody paying the monthly fee that NDS/ISIS charges in order to receive BPO/REO assignments? If so, is it paying off?