REO Maestro Becomes Realis Real Estate Software

Denver-based REO Maestro, a developer of software used for managing residential foreclosures, said Thursday that it has renamed itself Realis Real Estate Software. The firm said the move came as it has begun to expand its brand and software product line. The firm's flagship software remains named REO Maestro, which is used by real estate professionals manage REO (Real Estate Owned) properties. Realis is headed by Lauren Roberts.