how do I get registered on bpo lists in michigan? do I have to have any special training?

Asked by Tantinekka Blade, Plymouth, MI Fri Jul 18, 2008

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Kevin Olson,…, Agent, Colorado Springs, CO
Sun Sep 26, 2010
Hello Nekka,

Here is a blog on trulia with a full list of companies. I also have other blogs offering free advice on BPOs here on trulia, no outside websites selling things. These blogs are near equivalent to training you pay for in other places.

http://www.trulia.com/blog/kevinolson/2010/09/bpo_company_li…
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Felix Hung, Agent, Huntington Beach, CA
Sat Sep 18, 2010
Here are two free list with over 100 companies:

http://www.bpoaccess.com/

http://www.bpo-companies.com/
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Juliaa123, , Sacramento, CA
Sun May 9, 2010
Hello Nekka,
Honestly you do not need training, its basically like a CMA, first check with your state on the laws on completing bpo's. But here's a free list i found. http://www.bpocompanieslist.com
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Scott Godzyk, Agent, Manchester, NH
Mon Sep 15, 2008
If you are going to begin doing them, make sure you take any training they offer, there is nothing like doing all the work, making a mistake and not getting paid. they like to pull that. It will be tough getting in now but it will get your foot in the door. just read the directions carefully they send you, you will do great. good luck Nekka
Web Reference:  http://www.ScottSellsNH.com
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Carlos Herre…, Agent, Orlando, FL
Mon Sep 15, 2008
The answer below is right. It's very close to doing a CMA expect it's a little more time consuming. Once you get the hang of it though, you will breeze right through them and can make some good money if you do them regularly. Shoot me a message, there are a few good sites out there you can contact.

Carlos
http://www.shortsalesforrealestateagents.com
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Portland_Rea…, , 97236
Sun Sep 14, 2008
Almost like doing a CMA, the only way to learn is just do it. Heres a BPO list
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Ray Washingt…, Agent, Stockbridge, GA
Fri Jul 18, 2008
Go online and type in BPO. You will get hundreds of companies that are invloved in processing BPO's. When I started doing them about 9 years ago you could register directly with the banks. Now most banks use asset management companies and BPO mills like First American Residential Value View, Clear Capital, Old Republic, Broker Price Opinions and Mainstreet BPO. You probably won't get any listing through these guys, but they will start sending you BPO work right away. Good luck!
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