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Old 03-26-2016, 07:22 PM Thread Starter
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Taylor and son wylie texas

Has anyone heard of this outfit seem to be recruiting nationally can pm me if you want good or bad about them,pricing.
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Old 03-26-2016, 08:17 PM
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Taylor & Sons are a "regional" based out of Texas. So, working for them is like working as a sub for a sub. All of the same insurance requirements and at the very least 25% less money than if you work directly for the company they are getting their work orders from. You also have ZERO control of the dispute process. Meaning that when the company that Taylor & Sons cuts your invoice then you have zero control to see that it get's disputed. I have never worked for them personally but a quick search of this website alone will give you all of the information you will ever need

Hope that my info and direction helps!!
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I dug up am old email from them. This should tell you all you need to know. The last line is most disturbing. I have put all the red flags in red.


Here is what Taylor and Son Services offers to the contractor.

We work for MCS, LPS, Five Brothers, Alti Source, AFAS, NFR, M&M Mortgage, and Safeguard. We run a decent amount of volume in the state.

We take care of all bidding, photo uploading, invoicing etc. All the sub has to do is the work in the field. We use Pruvan (phone app) where the photos come directly to our offices computers. Most of the work will be LPS, MCS, and Safeguard.

We have 75 + contractors for reference if needed

We have a home makeover showroom here in Wylie Texas where we sell carpet, cabinets, and countertops. Taylor and Son has several different revenues of income – so the contractor should never be worried about not receiving payment.

We pay 2 weeks after the work has been completed - direct deposit.

Please sign and return the following items:

Background check authorization form
W9
Direct Deposit form
Vendor Contract

I also attached the client pricing. All clients take a 25% discount then we run a 60(sub) – 40 split
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I also attached the client pricing. All clients take a 25% discount then we run a 60(sub) 40 split
Nothing like a 55% discount to do the $hit work... No thanks!
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LOL WHO THE Fxxk would even entertain working for these clowns
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Holy Guacamole!!! i Knew it was bad. But, Not nearly that bad. 45% of invoiced amount yet i pay for all supplies, labor, and perform all of the services. Sounds like a can't win situation to me.
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Holy Guacamole!!! i Knew it was bad. But, Not nearly that bad. 45% of invoiced amount yet i pay for all supplies, labor, and perform all of the services. Sounds like a can't win situation to me.
How do they find idiots to work for that
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How do they find idiots to work for that
Apparently it's not a problem, based on some new posts that I just read
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So why contractors would consider working for this middle man when they can sign up directly with each company listed and work for free for national directly vs paying out of their own pocket to the regional so they can just say, hey, I am self employed
Anyone who is looking to get in to this business, don't do it.
Real estate is great. If you know your thing, go and work for general, if you don't, don't even think about getting in P&P as it will ruin you for not knowing what you do.
I have really hard time finding decent guys to work for me. We still have to teach many good guys to many things when we do find them.
If you tom notch, your value on the market is big, work for yourself or for a builder and sleep soundly at night
The only thing that comes into my mind when I see start ups asking all these question that these are people who have no idea about construction and trying to start up the business they know nothing about
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We definetly wont be working for them or a blm or i could list 50 more companies but not worth typin. Was only asking if anyone had heard of them.this business definetly is not getting easier and i would'nt recommend anyone pursue it either,i guess some major areas are better then small market areas but still not good anymore.
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