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I'm hoping I'm not asking this question for the millionth time but I'm new to the forum and was wondering if anyone could help me with my question. I have done work for vendors of Altisource and have had a positive experience. I was wondering if anyone knows what vendors in their states do Altisource work. Thanks in advance for any help looking forward to the responses.
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I'm hoping I'm not asking this question for the millionth time but I'm new to the forum and was wondering if anyone could help me with my question. I have done work for vendors of Altisource and have had a positive experience. I was wondering if anyone knows what vendors in their states do Altisource work. Thanks in advance for any help looking forward to the responses.

Altisource has work in probably all states, just different states will have different contracts
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We work for Alti in FL. But we do rehab and estimates not P&P or inspections. They have work in all states. I will let you in on a little secret I learned. If you want to work for them directly apply for inspections only then switch to preservation (if that is what you are looking to do). If you apply straight in for preservation and you live in a heavily populated state your chances are much less greater than if you apply for inspection only then move to preservation. That is how we did it when we started with both the companies I have worked with.
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We work for Alti in FL. But we do rehab and estimates not P&P or inspections. They have work in all states. I will let you in on a little secret I learned. If you want to work for them directly apply for inspections only then switch to preservation (if that is what you are looking to do). If you apply straight in for preservation and you live in a heavily populated state your chances are much less greater than if you apply for inspection only then move to preservation. That is how we did it when we started with both the companies I have worked with.
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I was looking to work for them directly in a perfect world but it seems next to impossible. I would even be interested in who has the contracts in each state so that I could get in touch with them.
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I was looking to work for them directly in a perfect world but it seems next to impossible. I would even be interested in who has the contracts in each state so that I could get in touch with them.
They do not just contract with one company. Multiple vendors have their contracts. What state are you in again?
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They do not just contract with one company. Multiple vendors have their contracts. What state are you in again?
I'm in Ohio but depending on the type of work may be willing to travel to other states.
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