A day in the life of a REO real estate agent

A day in the life of a REO real estate agent.


A day in the life of a REO real estate agent. At one of our REO’s today and someone crapped in the toilet! Just another day in the life of a REO agent. Excuse the language but thought I would share.


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Understanding why short sales and foreclosures are rising

Risky Home Loans are catching up with a number of homeowners across the United States. Foreclosures rose 45% in January compared to a year ago, and experts don’t see that number getting any better in the near future.

The number of homes entering some stage of foreclosure — from notice of default to bank ownership — increased 45% in January from the same period a year earlier, according to Irvine, Calif.-based Realty Trac. That was one new foreclosure for every 1,117 U.S. households.

Foreclosures are still low on a historical basis, but it has been rising steadily for the past year, Realty Trac reported. Job losses in some regions were to blame, but so, too, were risky borrowing practices that left homeowners little wiggle room on their mortgage payments. And with the pace of appreciation stalling and interest rates rising, many economists and industry observers expect the pace of foreclosures to accelerate this year.

17 thoughts on “A day in the life of a REO real estate agent”

    1. @Jamie, yes that was pretty foul. Not too bad but I am exploring the idea of doing more videos on YouTube and wanted to try filming more than just our listings so I thought I would start filming occasionally tasks that we perform on different REO’s we have. We always seem to be doing something different!

      @Don, thanks for the comment. I am doing well. Hope you are staying busy.

      @Greg, thanks for stopping by.

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      @Alex, thanks for stopping by. I love your website theme. Where did you get that template from? Looks like a custom WP theme.

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      Yeah, definitely helped with the bucket. Used that a lot for all types of crap! Thanks for stopping by and leaving a comment. 🙂

  1. That is too funny. I often buy vacant boarded up houses so that is not a new thing to me but the idea of the bucket to flush when the water is turned off. That is a great tip. I have seen so much crap in a toilet that I would be afraid it wouldn’t flush and just overflow.

  2. Glad to have been able to help, Ned. The less glamorous parts of the job is something we all have to deal with…

  3. Oh Bummer! I guess you just never know what kind of crap you’ll run into as an agent! Great post! 🙂

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