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Carrington Property Services Offers New Network for Leading Brokerages

""Carrington Property Services, LLC"":http://www.carringtonps.com/ (Carrington) introduced a new network to help leading real estate brokerages further increase their business.


Named the Carrington Property Network (CPN), the exclusive national network will help brokerage firms in two ways specific ways. For one, it will facilitate participation from brokerages in the distressed property market, and two, it will enable brokerages to work with institutional real estate investors.

CPN members will have access to Carrington's institutional real estate services and the company's REO listings, short sale leads, investor buyers, and property management and BPO fulfillment services.

In order to be part of the network, brokerage firms must be ranked in the top five of their market in terms of transactions and sales volume and also have the necessary support to manage institutional business.

CPN will train and support members to ensure success in the distressed market segment.

""Carrington has established a track record as the leader in the area of real estate services for institutional customers, and CPN is a way for us to expand our coverage by partnering with established, successful residential real estate brokerages across the country,"" said Steve Ozonian, chief real estate officer for Carrington Holding Company.

Brokerage companies interested in CPN can go online at ""www.carringtonpn.com"":http://www.carringtonpn.com/ to submit an inquiry.

Carrington Property Services, LLC is a national asset management company specializing in the assessment, management, rental and disposition of residential properties, with a focus in bank-owned properties.

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