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These two are the HUD Asset Managers, right?
Just a general comment...Ofori is accepting everyone....No experience needed. Just apply and wait...on the job training as well. (Which could be good and bad) Great company but they are going to lock it down soon. Right now its open and if you are trying to get in with HUD I suggest that you get some training on how to sell HUD homes.
That is an understatement about Ofori. I've done several and my company well over 50 so far and each one is a different experience. Do not expect a quick response (if at all) when you have an issue, they are simply overwhelmed and do not have the personall to handle everything. They are getting better but it will be a long hard road!
Ofori has NO training officially that I know of. They have been working on classes for agents, my office acted as crash test dummies for them a while back but I have not seen the actual classes offered anywhere yet.
Ofori and HomeTelos are still accepting applications but from what I have been told, they are pretty much locked in with their listing brokers.
Ive received 4 assignments from them... the 1st was tough trying to figure out what they wanted and how the website worked...lol...they themselves are not perfect and added to the problem by requesting a pre-close report when I had just received the property.... so I told her that it sounds like they took a previous offer... she looked into it and that was exactly it, my experienced got us through that one and she was pleased.This was just a small part of what happened ont he 1st listing..lol
Mr. Marqueze Williams is correct.... google everything and get a good grip of their protocols, it will allow you to learn quicker.In the end, you are "tested" on every listing you get....
Reagrds and Good Luck!
Sundance Realty South Florida, Inc.
Here is the link to Ofori! Good Luck
RE/MAX Orange Beach, AL