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Fellow REOPros. If you complete BPOs, I offer a way to calculate what your minimum fee should be instead of just taking low ball offers for your hardwork. Here is the spreadsheet I use below. This is for residential properties only. I have attached the spreadsheet to this post. Download it if you like. And if the spreadsheet comes out less than $50. I use $50 as my rate for exterior drive by. For interiors my minimum is $75. Thanks.
1) Open a spreadsheet.
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Santa Cruz, known for the beach, the boardwalk, Pacific Ave, hippies, and organic food, along with University of California Santa Cruz is also probably the best place for investors looking for rental properties right now. Here are some reasons…
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Was contacted by them - $99/yr basic. They seem to be a Titanium offshoot of sorts. Anyone heard of these folks?
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Do to the recent Hurricanes in TX and FL do you think BPO orders will increase?
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Ouch, they dropped fees for exterior BPO from $40 to $35. I rarely accepted at $40 unless it was close by. No way would I accept a BPO for $35. This comes at a time when several others raised their fees. One went from $50 to a varied fee depending on area to $55 to $65. I do desktop BPOs for $40 - $50 without leaving the house! One company went to $63 exterior and $95 for interior. The BPO gets taken at $35 since it goes away. Lots of hungry Realtors out their I guess.
Does anyone know anything about SmartVal Vendor ? They are looking for Broker for BPO.
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As an agent with 10 years experience with BPO/REO companies I'm finding the fees and commissions getting extremely low. Just last week I had several requests from companies I have worked with for years offering fees as low as $35.00. I did request fee changes for $45. to $50. which I still think is low. I did not get one order. I have a license, continuing education, MLS and board dues not to mention things that go with being self employed. Office, gas, health care, paper computers and the…Continue
While it may seem as if it is hard to determine what is happening in the downtown San Jose condo real estate market, there are some majors metrics that are quantifiable that can help you see where the market is going. These markers include:
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This is a question I get asked all the time. When an owner has passed and has rental property should the heirs sell the Palo Alto probate or trust home with the tenants in place, or wait until the lease is up?
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