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Titaniuminc.com

Licensed Real Estate Broker

Cary, NC

February 08, 2009

Before I take the plunge into a company that I know very little about, pay $100 to take their test and quizes, Can anyone give me more advice on this company? www.titaniuminc.com The are a Home Retention & REO, that I picked up on this site. I appreciate your help.

Licensed Real Estate Broker

Delafield, WI

February 09, 2009

I was with the company for about 2 years. They say they are trying to help the homeowner. However I met with several owners sent in the paperwork but then it would get lost with the bank. It was frustrating for me and the homeowners. I have been noticing several of the homes that I tried to help within the last few years are now coming up for foreclosure.

Unless they have changed their process with the banks I would stay away.

Just my two cents worth.

Brad Koenig
www.YourLocalHomeTeam.com

February 09, 2009

I have to agree with Brad. I have been working with titanium as well and it is an extreme rat race. Paperwork is constantly getting lost and there is no communication between the bank and titanium. I was recently sent on an assignment had rocks thrown at me and low and behold the homeowners were so upset because they had already made good with their bank !

In another case I was sent on a assignment and the home was already foreclosed on and had a date set for auction on the court house steps.

I did this because I genuinly wanted to help the homeowners but it appears to be a far cry from helping. Everyone is made to jump through hoops, stress levels rise, and the homeowner deals with more challenges.

Good Luck

Licensed Real Estate Broker

Albuquerque, NM

February 09, 2009

There could be some potential today, but my experience was not positive, I worked through a couple dozen "assignments" a few years ago, with only one "success story".
Most of the borrowers were evasive or uncooperative making for a lot of wasted time. I had one assignment where the 2nd mortgage was modified allowing a sale. In effect it was "write down" effectively a pre-approved short sale.
I just started doing similar "front man" work in a new loss mitigation program with a company I list REOs and do some BPOs for. Response from the borrowers has been much different in the current environment. But timely information, and prompt follow-up are essential, and Titanium may have problems there.

Licensed Real Estate Agent

Surprise, AZ

February 09, 2009

I work for titanium solutions. It used to be that you where paid to go out and speak to the home owner and find ou t if they planned on staying in their homes or where moving and then we would offer to short sale it. But no-one wants to short sale. They all either want to stay or are very mad at the banks and wont talk to you. Now they want you to act a a bill collector.Im' not sure if I want to keep doing this.

Louisville, KY

February 09, 2009

Olga,

A very honest post!

ocean springs, MS

March 25, 2010

How did you come across the companys that you do reos and bpos for?

Licensed Real Estate Agent

Athens, GA

March 25, 2010

for me that company just was a bpo mill saying they were helping people. Never got a thing from them, and their agreement was very one sided in that if you got a listing in any way from a lead they sent (even a REO) you owed a referral fee.

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