Tuesday, September 24 | 2:00 P.M. – 4:30 P.M.

When navigating the difficult REO market, who better to turn to than the experts? Industry leaders will share strategies and solutions to steer you toward success. Engage in critical dialogue about the unique challenges facing REO disposition, including lead generation, asset management, and listing positions with high ROI.

Lab Director

Andy Oliverson
VP, REO Operations
Green River Capital

Andy Oliverson joined Green River in 2005 after working several years in asset management and real estate. Prior to Green River, he worked in collections, loss mitigation, commercial asset management, and mortgage origination. He was instrumental in Green River’s growth and success, helping launch the company from five employees in 2005 into one of the largest asset management companies in the industry today. Oliverson received a B.S. in Economics from the University of Utah and currently holds an active Utah Broker’s License.

Exhibits &

The 2019 Five Star Conference

REO Agenda

2:00 P.M. – 2:05 P.M.

Lab Intro: Lab Director

Andy Oliverson – VP, REO Operations, Green River Capital

2:05 P.M. – 2:40 P.M.

The View From D.C.: REO Insights On Working With Government Agencies

With speculation surrounding the future of government’s role in the housing market, it can be difficult to look forward with any certainty. Hear about new GSE programs, preferred disposition methods, and feedback for asset managers and agent/brokers who serve these entities.

Andy Oliverson – VP, REO Operations, Green River Capital

2:40 P.M. – 2:55 P.M.

Navigating the Speedbumps: A Look at the Current State of the REO Market

As the industry landscape changes, the professionals serving it must change too. Foreclosures and REOs are near record lows, but they will always be a necessary part of the system. Take a look at what’s new in the REO sector, what impacts the broader economy is having on the market, and what experts are predicting for the future.

Al Roti – President, Constructive Renovations, LLC

2:55 P.M. – 3:05 P.M.

Can’t Build a House Without a Hammer: How New Technological Tools Are Reshaping REO

Are you up to speed on the latest technology impacting the industry? Leading tech firms serving the industry discuss the best tools of the trade, and what’s on the horizon. Learn how you can leverage technology to streamline your business, enhance in-house and client communications, and address compliance concerns.

Garrett Mays – Director of Valuation Services, USRES

3:05 P.M. – 3:50 P.M.

A New Path to Success: Advances in Alternative Disposition

Are you doing business the same way you always have? Discover new paths to success, from traditional sales through agents and brokers to bulk sales, auctions, and hybrid models. Learn from the experts about which disposition methods work best in today’s market—and why.

Andy Oliverson – VP, REO Operations, Green River Capital

James Banford – CEO, READ Real Estate Asset Disposition
Travis Britsch – Director of Operations, at Hubzu (an Altisource company)
James Harp – SVP Operations,
Eric Anderson – Department Manager, Home Depot

3:50 P.M. – 4:30 P.M.

Next Best Thing to a Crystal Ball: A Look at the Future of Asset Management

Asset management industry experts discuss their outlook on the future of asset management and the housing market. Learn how to capitalize on the positives and maneuver through the negatives. Gain insights into what these professionals value most in agents and brokers, and what makes them call an agent back with future listings.

Andy Oliverson – VP, REO Operations, Green River Capital

Sam Ingber – CEO & Principal Owner, Brookstone Management
Nickalene Badalamenti-Kalas – President, Five Brothers Default Management Solutions
Rida Sharaf – SVP of Operations, USRES

4:30 P.M.

Closing Remarks

Andy Oliverson – VP, REO Operations, Green River Capital



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