Richard Stewart began his Real Estate Career working exclusively with REO property in 2001. His original REO client was Homeq but the list has since grown to over 50 clients including government agencies and bulk NPN buyers /sellers. Since opening the brokerage REO Specialists llc in March 2009, the firm specializes in remarketing bank and government owned REO assets for the highest price possible, in the shortest amount of time. The firm leverages online technologies to syndicate its listings in front of the largest universe of buyers possible. We automate much of our business including online offers, showing requests, CRM and due to our online footprint, our properties often result in a multiple offer situation. REO Specialists llc has also been certified as a HUB Zone business by SBA. This certification helps its bank clients meet their supplier diversity goals. REO Specialists llc also accepts Short Sale and Probate court assignments. Stewart has testified as an expert witness in probate court for distressed property values. In addition to ownership of REO Specialists llc, Stewart holds the technology certification of ePRO, Short Sale certification CDPE and Default Servicing certification RDCpro. He also serves on the Technology committee of the Battle Creek Association of Realtors and volunteers as a foster home for the Kalamazoo Animal Rescue, helping find homes for pets left abandoned in foreclosed homes. "I was working in REO before REO was cool. " Stewart says. While Michigan REO and NPN inventory is down from record levels, his inventory has continued because he provides superior customer service and results . Following what he calls, "The thinning of the heard", and many major banks have kept only their top producing agents. "I am proud to be one of the REO agents chosen to remain for the long term in the industry" Stewart says. We accept new orders in the following Michigan counties: Kalamazoo, Calhoun, Allegan, Saint Joseph, Van Buren and Kent. What is a HUBZone? HUBZone is a company level diversity certification referring to the Historically Underutilized Zone program that helps small businesses located in distressed areas gain preferential access to federal procurement opportunities. The HUBZone program is in place to increase employment opportunities, investment and economic development in these areas. The Small Business Administration (SBA) regulates and implements the HUBZone program. HUBZones are defined as distressed rural and urban communities, typically having low median household incomes, high unemployment or both; the location of these communities is determined by data gathered from the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), the Bureau of the Census, the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), the Department of the Interior, Bureau of Indian Affairs and the Department of Defense. Email Richard Stewart at Richard@2693457000.com or call 269-345-7000. All inquiries held strictly confidential.
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