I have to reiterate the comments already posted below. The only other comment that I can add is to be consistent with your follow up. The hardest part is going to be getting your foot in the door. The long term relationships and/or company owned businesses have established presence.
The sources, as stated below, are both direct departments within the banks, and rela estate agents who represent the banks. I do caution you on searching real estate companies. In today's market, a number of agents who have not had long term experience in dealing with REO's are now trying their hand at it. In addition, the banks are also utilizing more agents because of the inventory available. Therefore, not all of the agents that are advertising foreclosures are seasoned verterans of the business.
Good luck and let me know if I can be of further assistance.
Prudential Collins-Maury, Inc., REALTORS
Company: 901-259-8500 x 1831
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