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I had to get back on Res.net this year due to one of my clients sent an REO to me. That's great but my question is has anyone had any success advertising with the Banner Ads per zip code?
I was going to do two zip codes I know that still have a bunch of bank owned homes left in them for three months to see what happens.
It's been years but they never did me any good.
No success at all. Honestly, sending postcards to a farming area or knocking on doors in my own neighborhood has been a better use of my advertising money and time. :-(
I had the banner ads and they didn't work. Tried it for a year. I just canceled Resnet as too expensive for the little amount of REO's I get.
Res.Net is a yearly membership. I was a member about 2 years and received about 3 listings which paid for itself. I think it depends on where you are selling real estate. If you are in an area that has a lot of foreclosures I think it makes sense. I have never paid for a banner.
Waste of money,,I never got one single listing from those banner ads...just RES.NET sucking more hard earned dollars from us agents...their annual fee is high enough already,,as much as REALTOR dues,,they should provide those banner ads included in the fee. JS
I tried to get out of the system having regretted paying the $700 and time spent getting certified for nothing. They don't allow refunds or cancellations so I tried the banner ad thinking I might as well try to make the best of it. Still nothing. I just canceled Equator. Anyone know how to cancel Res.net?
Disconnect auto-renew. Just take your crrdit card number out.
any way to get the $700 I spent back? I have just sent a note to someone that the live chat suggested I contact to plead for my money back. We will see. Thanks for your reply. I will try that as well.
Yep. You won't get your money back and you'll have to just ride this year out.
For what its worth, I'd recommend signing up with SingleSource REO and Phoenix AM. Might as well try to direct some asset managers to your res.net account before it expires. Maybe at least let it pay for itself and then some.
I will try that. Good idea. Thank you.
I also kept it up for one and a half years and had absolutely no success and not one REO lead I did however receive several $10-$20 BPO request that I promptly turned down as a waste of time and money.