Banks have a method to pricing their REO Listings
There is a method to the bank’s madness. There is a reason they price those listings in such a way.
Apparently, they were told by a marketer that every single listing they market for sale should end with the number 900, nine hundred.
What does that mean to you. Most of the listings that are REO’s are going to not end in hundreds – but in the figure 900, such as $545,900. Besides that, and how it might make that property look more attractive than others that end in different numbers, nothing
REO agents must be trained
There are mandates as to how the bank wants to price the real estate listings their REO agents handle for them.
The want to make sure their REO agent has been brought up to speed with their pricing models and standards.
A lot of training and Bank Certification has to be gleaned by the real estate agent representing the bank. There is a method to the pricing approach by the banks with reference to their REO listings.
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Connor and Paris MacIvor operate a real estate team under the REMAX of Valencia CA Brokerage. They are known as "Paris911". Founded representing law enforcement with their real estate needs, they quickly were observed to be "relational and full disclosure" realtors by the civilian population and are one of the Top Teams in the Santa Clarita Valley cities. They serve the greater Los Angeles Areas.