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    HUD HOMES & HUDHOMESTORE

    Please search your HUDHome by going to www.hudhomestore.com

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    How do I search for a property in my area?

    To search for all the HUD properties in a state, click a state on the U.S. map (in the HUD Homes screen) or use the Search Properties area and select a state before clicking the Search button.

    You can type in part of a street address, or part of any of the other text fields. You can also search by price range, number of bedrooms or bathrooms, buyer type, or property status. The system will select all properties that contain the letters or numbers that you typed in.

    TIP: Less is more. The less you type in, the more homes will display as a result.

    HUD APPROVED Brokers can submit this offers via the HUDHOMESTORE

    To Register to be a HUD Bidder please click this link.

    To check the status of your bid: please click this link.

    How do I know if an offer has been accepted?

    Always check the status of your offers by logging in to HUDHomestore.com. On the Review Your Bids page, click the Search button to view a list of your most recent offers and see their bid status. If your offer is accepted, both you and your broker will be sent an automatic email from HUD Homestore. However, these emails are sent as a courtesy and should not be relied on for notification of accepted bids, since email systems may block an email or send it to the Spam or Junk folder.

    IF YOU ARE NOT A HUD APPROVED AGENT AND OR YOUR NAID EXPIRED: YOU CAN SUBMIT YOUR OFFER. PLEASE EMAIL, LOCAL LISTING BROKER: CLIFF PONTE AT CPONTE@KW.COM

    HUD Homestore – Registration

    Can someone other than the Principal Broker be the first person with that NAID to register on HUD Homestore to place bids?

    No. The initial person registering on HUD Homestore must be the Principal Broker listed on the SAMS-1111 form. After the Principal Broker registers, then selling agents and associate brokers can register with the NAID and licenses in the same state(s) the Principal Broker registered with.

    Can someone other than the Principal Broker be the first person with that NAID to register on HUD Homestore to place bids?

    No. The initial person registering on HUD Homestore must be the Principal Broker listed on the SAMS-1111 form. After the Principal Broker registers, then selling agents and associate brokers can register with the NAID and licenses in the same state(s) the Principal Broker registered with.

    Can someone other than the Principal Broker be the first person with that NAID to register on HUD Homestore to place bids?

    No. The initial person registering on HUD Homestore must be the Principal Broker listed on the SAMS-1111 form. After the Principal Broker registers, then selling agents and associate brokers can register with the NAID and licenses in the same state(s) the Principal Broker registered with.

    Videos and guides showing you how to use HUD Homestore

    Click the links below to see short videos on the topics listed. These videos may take some time to load (depending on your Internet speed).

    Login

    · Resetting a Password and Forgot your Password

    · If You Forgot Your User Name

    Good Neighbor Next Door

    · Finding Good Neighbor Next Door Homes

    Selling Agent Registration

    · Registering a Selling Agent or Associate Broker

    · Adding Multiple Licenses

    · Updating Your RE License Expiration Date

    · Updating a License that’s Expired on HUD Homestore

    · Inactivating a License on HUD Homestore

    Bidding

    · Broker Login and Checking Bids

    · Modifying and Withdrawing Bids

    Selling Brokers – Accessing the NAID Application Portal

    How does a Principal Broker gain access to the NAID Application Portal to request a new NAID?

    To gain access to HUD’s online Name and Address Identification number (NAID) Application Portal, the Principal Broker needs to be prescreened. The information required for prescreening includes the broker’s license number and state. The broker should also have a copy of their real estate license in pdf, jpg, png, doc, or docx format to upload with the online application.

    To start the prescreening process, go the NAID Application tab on the HUDHomestore.com website (https://www.hudhomestore.com) and select the Click here to begin NAID pre-screening button. On the next screen select whether you want to register with an existing NAID or apply for a new NAID. Then select the Selling Broker vendor type. After you complete the required information and upload a copy of your real estate license, click the Register button to submit you prescreening request to HUD.

    If approved, you will receive an email inviting you to create your login to the online NAID Application Portal.

    If you are not approved you will receive an email with the reason(s) for denial. If you need further clarification, please contact the FHA Resource Center at (800)CALL FHA (225-5342)

    How does a Principal Broker access the NAID Application Portal if they have an existing NAID but have not registered on the NAID Application Portal?

    Real Estate Brokers wishing to list properties or represent buyers in sales transactions of HUD REO properties must have an active Name and Address Identification (NAID) Number issued by HUD. All agents conducting business in that Real Estate Broker’s office will use the broker’s active NAID. For brokerages with several offices—each with a different real estate broker— each office may apply for a separate NAID.

    To complete the prescreening process to access the electronic Name and Address Identification Number (e-NAID) Application Portal, Principal Brokers who already have a NAID must:

    · Go to the HUD Homestore website at http://www.hudhomestore.com
    · Click the NAID Application tab on the gray menu bar at the top of the page to login to the e-NAID Application Portal.
    · Under the subheading, Existing NAIDs, select the NAID Application Portal Registration button.
    · Enter your NAID and click Submit.
    · Enter the requested information on the Register for Access to NAID Application Portal screen.
    · At bottom right corner of Real Estate Broker screen (after completing the “I am not a robot” challenge), click the Register button to submit a prescreening request to HUD.

    If the Principal Broker’s request is approved in the prescreening process, then the applicant will receive an email invitation to create a login account on the e-NAID Application Portal.

    If the Principal Broker’s request is not approved in the prescreening process, then the applicant will receive an email with the reason(s) for denial. The applicant may call the FHA Resource Center at (800)CALL FHA (225-5342).

    Real Estate Broker NAID policy is in Handbook 4000.1 Sections I.B.5.b.ii. and I.B.5.c.i. at: https://www.hud.gov/program_offices/administration/hudclips/handbooks/hsgh

    All policy information contained in this knowledge base article is based upon the referenced HUD policy document. Any lending or insuring decisions should adhere to the specific information contained in that underlying policy document.

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    About our HUD LLB Marketing Team:

    My name is Cliff Ponte, a real-estate broker who specializes in representing HUD through it’s awarded asset management company.   I have been handling HUD owned properties since 2010.  I have worked with several different asset management companies in the 3P region:  Cityside, OFORI & Associates, Sage Acquisitions and BLB Resources.

     My experience with Buyer/Agent Outreach occurs on a monthly basis, professional marketing photos are taken for each HUD assignment, Initial Inspection, Ready to List and Ready to Close Inspections are completed and uploaded in P260 within 24 hours.   PLEASE EMAIL US TO FIND OUT WHEN OUR NEXT OUTREACH EVENT IS: CPONTE@KW.COM

    Over the last 10 years, my team and I have been entrusted with the selling and marketing of homes through the asset management companies for the Department of Housing and Urban Development. 

    My team and I will also work closely with the FSM ( Field Service Manager) to ensure property preservation is never an issue on any HUD property assigned to our office.

    Finally, we are your eyes and ears in our coverage area. Each HUD assignment will be treated with the upmost professional representation.

    Commitment:
    Our commitment to has been and continues to be toward client satisfaction throughout the industry.    Rest assured we will be able to handle every HUD property assigned to us with pride and professionalism from Step 1 to Step 10.  In addition, being a leader in the community with Buyer and Agent outreach.   

    Goals: It has always been our policy on all of our other REO properties to promote owner occupied homeownership. Owner occupants help to keep up neighborhood standards and promote stable neighborhoods.

    Although we cannot dictate who bids on REO homes, we can for our marketing efforts strongly influence who the bidders are. Our goal in selling distressed properties is to find buyers in this order; first time homebuyers, owner occupants, and investors.

    Much of our marketing efforts go out to reaching those individuals who believe that homeownership is not obtainable to them. This includes working with minority groups, religious org, non-profit org, community activist groups, as well as many others. It is our strongest goal to create new homeowners wherever possible.

    Field Staff: Our REO field staff is comprised of experienced licensed sales people and brokers with extensive knowledge of REO properties, including: construction, local codes, compliance, and valuation training. They are not only responsible for setting up the property correctly, but also for in-depth inspection and data compilation. So the most accurate values and details can be given when a BPO is completed.

    Our field staff is also trained in property preservation to ensure that no further damage or problems arise at the property. Although field Services Company should be performing many of these tasks, errors do occur. i.e. water is left on, open wires, doors and windows unsecured, miscellanies debris/flyers on doorsteps, unlocked gates, unsecured pool, etc, etc.