About property preservation

With all the foreclosures today, property preservation is a booming industry.  Let us help you get in on it.

What do Property Preservationists do?

A Property Preservationist is the person who secures and maintains individual properties from lock changes to winterizing pipes.

Property Preservationists also gain the advantage of bidding on further work on these projects, and in the area, for everything from roofs to renovations.

In the following video, Brooke gives you a sense of the kinds of things you'll learn in the course.  Managing these items can be the difference to whether or not you get paid.

The 1234Reo Advantage

There are thousands of contractors out there competing for this same work, but you will have an advantage if you know the basic HUD guidelines and FAA and VA regulations.

You already own the tools and you have the tools. Let us teach you the regulations and supply the contacts.

Learn how much you can charge for each service

Earning potential is unlimited.


"This course gave me the confidence to start doing property preservation work. I am now working full time as a property preservationist. I would recommend this course to anybody."
  -Paul Bastante, Texas

"I had my doubts, but this course was excellent. I am now in the industry and I love it."
  -Kathleen Greer, Florida


We have contractor opportun-ities available in all 50 states, with immediate openings in Nebraska, West Virginia, Arizona, Pennsylvania, Iowa. Contact REO for more info.

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