This question is for the asset managers if they visit this site. When you usually assign REO properties do you give 300 to one agent? Or do you assign to a certain real estate office and they should distribute among their agents who do REOs? I would like to hear others on this site if they heard of one agent getting so many. The reason I am asking I had a recent incident where I could not reach the agent to find out how we can get into the garage on the property. He never called me back and my client was getting livid. I tried calming my client. We had questions about putting an offer in etc. I had to end up calling the manager. I do not like to do that, but my client was not stopping, and I wanted to see if there was a logical reason like sick etc. The manager said I had to realize he had over 300 REO properties and cannot answer everyone. I said then maybe he should re-evaluate taking on so many and ticking agents off for not getting back to them. I further stated that he is doing the asset managers a disservice by not taking care of the listing by losing offers. In the end after talking to the manager and the agent directly on the issue it all worked out. I heard other agents mentioning the name on the same issue. Why in the world would asset managers assign so many listings to one agent? There are enough of good, reliable and conscious agents that love to get at least one listing. I have had REO listings and every agent I worked with were very complimentary. If you keep in touch with the agents and just inform them where you are with the process everyone is happy and wins. If you have a listing that seems to take long to get to close, and you keep in touch with everyone even if you do not have further news the deal will happen. Am I missing something here? Am I viewing this differently? Would appreciate other opinions.