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Anyone work for BLM ROE

WE ARE LOOKING FOR VENDOR WORK IN NH Anyone heard of this company?
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WE ARE LOOKING FOR VENDOR WORK IN NH Anyone heard of this company?
Never head of them. I'll bet they are awesome if they are looking for contractors. Try them and out report back.



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Never head of them. I'll bet they are awesome if they are looking for contractors. Try them and out report back.
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Just sent in my application this morning. Got a feeling I'm on the cutting edge of something huge.
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WE ARE LOOKING FOR VENDOR WORK IN NH Anyone heard of this company?
Preservation work or Inspections only, in NH?
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Isn't ASONS going through BLM now?
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Nah, not enough people signed up with Asons, that all fell apart.

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If not satisfied please returned the unused portion of the product and we'll return the unused portion of your money.
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Nah, not enough people signed up with Asons, that all fell apart.
Now BLM needs to fail too. The numbers will necessarily lead to the properties not being serviced, and the no charge order should be rolling in soon.
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Yep, one of them by me is getting long, and the BLM signs in the window were pulled down. Realtor says the care is "in limbo" so I told her "call me when it gets unbearable..." lol!

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Yep, one of them by me is getting long, and the BLM signs in the window were pulled down. Realtor says the care is "in limbo" so I told her "call me when it gets unbearable..." lol!
Thank you BLM--Bigtime Lousy Management

If the servicing company was failing, Fannie Mae used to allow the broker to pay out of pocket for grass cuts and other stuff and then get reimbursed. Anyone know if HUD allows this?
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