Century 21 real estate agents training on selling foreclosure homes a success

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Several of Century 21’s top real estate agents from throughout the nation recently descended on the Westin Diplomat in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., to participate in a training retreat.

Century 21 — the world’s largest residential real estate sales organization — recently selected Foreclosure.com Agent University to put a select group of industry professionals through its Certified Foreclosure Agent training program.

This is a career-building certification course designed specifically for individuals who are interested in foreclosures and expanding their business to include sales of Real Estate Owed (REO) properties, short sales and other distressed real estate.

All of the Century 21 agents who participated in the comprehensive learning experience were required to complete and pass an exam for each of the three topics presented receive their Certified Foreclosure Agent “Specialist” designation. For more background on the “Specialist” designation click here.

We had such a great group — many of agents flew in a day early and left a day late because of opportunity to travel to South Florida and, in the process, take home skills that will grow their businesses.

To learn more about the Certified Foreclosure Agent program click here. Broker owners and managers should contact us direct (866.382.4445) for more details on bulk pricing savings.

Comments

  1. I am seeing Fannie Mae gobbling up most of the homes that are being sold at sheriff sale here in Las Vegas. They normally purchase the property and then hand it over to a real estate brokerage to manage it. In some cases they do not evict the home owner – instead they send out a form letter asking if there is a renter in the home and if they renter wants to keep on renting they have the option to do so. I have seen this form letter about ten times this past week. Do you have an idea why Fannie Mae is buying all of these properties? Don’t they have enough foreclosed properties to deal with at present? Where are the other investors? What was the plan after they received all kinds of money from the government, are they supposed to go back and buy up all their toxic assets for ten-cents on the dollar and screw the homeowner? I would appreciate any insight you may have. Thank you – Robin Basichis.

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