Items Tagged with 'Jason Allnutt'

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    The value of investing in foreclosed properties

    Auction.com makes it easy to find properties and buyers
    In today’s market, many investors appreciate foreclosed properties’ value as investments because they are generally more affordable to obtain and later renovate for resale. Particularly when marketed on an online real estate marketplace, foreclosure properties are often easier to locate as a well-equipped platform maximizes the number of views a property receives, and is accompanied by valuable information about the properties’ condition, tax liens, etc.
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    An alternative perspective on neighborhood stabilization

    Go beyond traditional retail disposition
    When the U.S. real estate market collapsed in 2007, it not only triggered a recession and stock market crash, but it also sent nearly 9.3 million American homeowners into foreclosure. While in many respects the worst is now behind us, the reality is that the problem persists, with more than 930,000 properties currently in foreclosure or REO nationwide.
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  • Executive Conversation: Jason Allnutt on moving beyond distressed assets

    Auction.com launches Ten-X Homes retail platform
    Our new Ten-X Homes platform will offer our clients the opportunity to sell using online auctions or, for the first time, use a more traditional non-auction option. We felt like the market was ready for this — over 90% of home purchases today include the use of online services like Zillow and realtor.com, and a large percentage of the people who register for our online auctions identify themselves as owner occupants.
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  • REDC Taps Fannie Veteran for Default Solutions Division

    Foreclosed real estate auctioneer REDC tapped Fannie Mae [stock FNM][/stock] veteran Chip Hidinger to head up its new default solutions division as senior vice president. Hidinger brings more than 16 years of default industry experience including a post at Fannie, where he managed a substantial portion of a servicing portfolio there and all active servicers. He also helped pioneer paperless modifications and the servicing lender initiatives that brought the Home Saver Advance program to the industry.
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