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BLM REO- Hud Work?

Anyone ever done any work for BLM? Seems they do all HUD initials that require the HPIR Inspection as well as Initial services on the house for a flat rate... Just wanted to check out before applied for work for them, they always have ads up to hire, which I dont know if it is a good or bad thing....

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I worked with BLM REO on the west coast a few years back. They are the best preservation company I have worked with ever when it comes to HUD work!
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I worked with BLM REO on the west coast a few years back. They are the best preservation company I have worked with ever when it comes to HUD work!

^^^^ I see someone who works for them chimes in, because from all the personal messages I have got i am DEFINITELY STAYING AWAY FROM BLMREO!
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I worked with BLM REO on the west coast a few years back. They are the best preservation company I have worked with ever when it comes to HUD work!
Now that was laugh out loud funny to read.
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I worked with BLM REO on the west coast a few years back. They are the best preservation company I have worked with ever when it comes to HUD work!
Welcome to PT! And thanks for,your input.
Why don't you tell us a little about yourself so we all know who we are talking to.
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Welcome to PT! And thanks for,your input.
Why don't you tell us a little about yourself so we all know who we are talking to.
I thought the transparency was clear enough....it's a BLM REO staffer!
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I am getting ready to go to work for BLM . are they an OK company? I hate it they only pay once a month. Is that common? Any bad vibes on BLM REO?
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I am getting ready to go to work for BLM . are they an OK company? I hate it they only pay once a month. Is that common? Any bad vibes on BLM REO?
Seriously?
Did you happen to notice the 7 posts just above yours?
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