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  • Nationwide REO network ( and REONetwork ( are totally differant entities. You can join REONetwork for free or pay for a premium spot, but you must have a sold REO listing. Nationwide REO network is a pay for who knows what sevice. I keep receiving the "invitation" from them and United Reo. My feeling if they have to spam to get members and want a large fee - Nope not gonna doit! If anyone has and had a good experience I an willing to listen.

    Best of Luck To All!
    • Bardell,

      Thank you for the reply, I appreciate your input. I have been skeptical about both Nationwide REO network and United REO.
  • Hi Larry. REO Network is owned by Clear Capitol out of Trukee Ca. I am a member with mixed results. I do know a few people who have received listings from them but most do not.
    • Hello Michael,

      Thank you for the reply, I have talked with Clear Capitol in the past and thank you for connecting the dots.
  • Hi Larry,

    I am a Premium Member of the Nationwide REO Network and paid the $600 for 6 months which is about to expire.

    I have received no referrals from this site, to my knowledge. All my business has come from my previous REO sites I have been involved with.

    I came on this site to see if anyone has had a different experience the NREON, as I am debatiing renewing, but I do not see any comments here about it + / -.

    • Linda,

      Thank you so much for the information and saving me $600. I am suspicious about signing up with these datbase companies who say asset managers look over their lists for REO agent in there areas. I got their sales persion on the phone the other day and they have five other real Estate related websites. After that I had a bad feeling they are out to get your money.

  • Sorry Larry, i can't say I have ever even heard of them. They may be one of these "new" REO websits popping up everywhere these days.
    • Thank you for the response. I drilled down a bit with the sales person and they have multiple real estate related websites that they are collecting fees from. Maybe they have found easy targets?

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