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Hello L. Johnson, you sound very frustrated, sorry for this. The local banks and branches will not be able to help you in this matter. Majority of the banks use national asset management companies that handle their Reo "Foreclosures". This is who you are going to need to contact, ask them for a vendors application, most of the lenders have this on their website, there are also companies out there that sell these lists. To get work from the realtors, usually their is only 1 or 2 real estate agents at each company that list foreclosures "Reos", call your local real estate offices and ask them who lists Reo's in the office. Reo is the term they use, it just means real estate owned or bank owned "foreclosed".
A couple of sources to get these jobs is to contact the reo agents in your area, the foreclosure cleanup directory, banks, mortgage lenders, and asset management companies. I would suggest marketing your services with all of them, it will bring you the most work available.
Watch out for others selling this information, most of it is available for free!
Have a great day,
Heather Paul, Realtor
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