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COMPLETED REM CORPORATION BPO IN TWENTY MINUTES BY USING REALTY PILOT SOFTWARE

COMPLETED REM CORPORATION BPO IN TWENTY MINUTES BY USING REALTY PILOT SOFTWARE

 

I am into my second month when it comes to doing BPOs as a real estate agent. I was told that it would be a great way to start breaking into the REO business. This is all new to me. I consider myself an expert when it comes to fixing and flipping homes as I continue to assist real estate investors. However, I want to use my skill sets to list bank owned properties.

 

I continually sign myself up to become a vendor for asset management companies on a weekly basis. I believe I have been approved by 23 companies to conduct BPOs. I sign up with five asset management companies per week. I would suggest that you Email point of contact each week until you are accepted BPO vendor. The squeaky wheel gets the BPO business.

 

I have to be pretty fast on the keys to accept BPOs. I accepted a BPO from REM Corporation. The first thing I do is take pictures of the property. Then, I come home to complete the comparative marketing analysis on the home. Finally, I give them my Broker Price Opinion based upon my report. That was the easy part. How am I going to transfer the data into the necessary fields to get paid for this BPO. ANSWER: REALTY PILOT SOFTWARE.

 

The hardest thing for me to do when completing a BPO with Realty Pilot is taking the pictures of the home. Are you serious? Yes, I am living proof. Realty Pilot populates data from my MLS into Realty Pilot. Then, I complete the BPO in Realty Pilot. Then, I hit the Macro button to transfer the data from Realty Pilot into REM Corporation web site forms. This whole process takes me twenty minutes or less by using Realty Pilot.

 

I AM READY TO DO MORE BPOS THIS WEEK. BRING IT ON!


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Comment by Dom Guarino on June 27, 2013 at 8:44am

I am thinking of joining Realty Pilot but worry that it's just another non-performing company. I am an REO agent and have done a ton of BPO's. Anyone have any experience with this company?

Comment by Gina Carling on February 18, 2011 at 1:25pm
How much is Realty Pilot?

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