February 13, 2013
New Jersey Bankers Association
Legislative Update
Applications Bulletin
Regulatory Bulletin
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Web Seminars
Publicizing Your REO Property- FREE Webinar

REOdeedwagon is presenting three free web seminars to demo the options available with the new product on:
Feb. 19th - 3:00 pm EST
Feb. 26th - 3:00 pm EST

Please click here for registration form. Once registered, links will be sent out for web seminar access.
For any questions regarding REOdeedwagon.com, please contact Jenn Zorn, VP, Director of Education and Business Development at NJBankers at 908-272-8500 ext. 611 or jzorn@njbankers.com .


NJBankers is proud to announce its newest service for our members. REOdeedwagon.com allows banks to showcase their real estate for sale in front of an audience of potential buyers that extends well beyond local markets. Created by bankers for bankers and their clients, REOdeedwagon.com provides buyers and sellers a simple, easy-to-use resource for identifying, acquiring or disposing of Real Estate Owned (REO) properties. These properties are in possession of the banks as a result of foreclosure or forfeiture.
Member banks register as users of REOdeedwagon.com, a site where they can list any REO properties they have for sale. Banks may list these properties anonymously, or they may choose to link them to their brand. These properties are then categorized to ease search functionality for site visitors. Each property listing contains detailed information about the property, plus contact information provided by the bank for either the bank itself or whomever the appropriate point of contact might be. This feature allows multiple properties all over the country to be listed together on one site (REOdeedwagon.com), thus making it simple for users to search for properties without having to visit the REO sections of every bank’s own individual site. This is one-stop-shopping for property buying at its most efficient.
What is REODEEDWAGON.com? Simply put, REOdeedwagon.com is a marketing tool, a management tool, discreet, and inexpensive.
Here’s how it works:
 1. Banks log on to REOdeedwagon.com and create an account.
 2. Banks upload their REO listings to the site.
 3. The NCBA markets the site and drives user traffic to REOdeedwagon.com.
 4. Interested parties contact the bank or broker using the information on the site.

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