About Dan Krell, Realtor®

Professional Credentials for Dan Krell, Realtor®.

Dan Krell is a licensed Realtor® in Maryland and is affiliated with RE/MAX All Pro, and has been listing and selling homes since 2002.  Dan writes a weekly real estate column for the Montgomery county Sentinel; his expertise and advice is trusted by many local professionals and residents. Dan has been in the real estate industry since 1997, when he started as a mortgage originator, and has been featured in a past issue of The duPont Registry of Fine Homes as a real estate agent. Dan has provided home price analysis for lenders and management companies to determine portfolio value and home disposition purposes; and has been certified by First American Residential Value View in valuation of Capital Markets, Origination Markets, REO Markets, and Servicing Markets. Dan has the National Association of Realtors® certifications/designations of SFR (Shortsale and Foreclosure Resource) and e-Pro®.

Real Estate Curriculum Vitae
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Real Estate:

Realtor® – 2/2002 to Present
Licensed in Maryland
Currently affiliated with RE/MAX All Pro

Broker Price Opinion Consultant – 2006 to present
Data driven analysis of home pricing for lenders and management companies to determine asset portfolio value, and for home disposition purposes.
Mortgage Consultant 1997 – 2002

Certifications and Designations:

National Association of Realtors® designations:
e-Pro® – internet marketing professional
SFR – Shortsale and foreclosure resource

First American Residential Value View (now Corelogic) Certifications:
Residential Valuation Certification in Capital Markets
Residential Valuation Certification in Origination Markets
Residential Valuation Certification in REO Markets
Residential Valuation Certification in Servicing Markets

Real Estate Writing & Analysis:

Real Estate Columnist for the Montgomery County Sentinel– 2005 to Present
Real Estate Blogs – 2006 to Present
Real Estate News & Commentary
Montgomery County Real Estate News

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