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Anybody that currently works for NFN having any problems getting more money for initial grass cuts. I have a property that's roughly an hour and a half from my office is 3 ft tall they are telling me that HUD no longer pays more for over grown initials. I'm supposed to mow it for the allowable and I make the money up in recuts. Thoughts ??


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yup i have a thought.......RUUUNNNNNNNN!!!!!!!!!! that is absolute B.S. its not real hard to google the current hud pricing, do that and im sure if you have any common sense you will know what is going on here

EDIT. i know for a fact they are approving O/A bids
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My thought is if you can't make money doing the job, say no. Period. You accept this job on THEIR merits, and you'll be fed from the same crap tarnished spoon forever.
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This is absolutely not true..........

Currently on HUD initial cuts we are getting $75-150 depending on grass height here in central Texas.
Routine lawns are roughly $30 but they will pay more if grass is over 6". With this tropical weather pattern set up in our area its almost guaranteed all lawns every time will be over 6" so routine cuts are averaging $40-60
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My thought was, how in the world can anyone make money UP on recuts with NFN?!? lol!
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I'm supposed to mow it for the allowable and I make the money up in recuts. Thoughts ??
Here's my thought. Tell NFN that THEY can make it up on the recuts, not you. Hell, point out just how much money they are losing because they aren't getting any properties on recut schedules. Explain that their bottom line is shrinking because their recut volume is down. After all, its all about the volume. That should go both ways.....



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Is nfn not paying for work done. It has been a month since I have received a ck because the company I work for says they have not received any pay from them at all
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1. That is an absolute lie. They are paying O/A initials.
2. Stop working for people who pay when they get paid. Once you sign a contract with wording such as that good luck ever getting your money
3. There is no money to be made in grass cuts for companies like this period you get your money from bid items in that situation

I would turn that down quick af. Do not fall for their stupid BS lies.
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the company I work for (not nfn) owes me for the last week of feb and owes me for march,april and 1st wk of may. Bur he tells me nfn is not paying him so he cant pay me. What can I do?

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the company I work for (not nfn) owes me for the last week of feb and owes me for march,april and 1st wk of may. Bur he tells me nfn is not paying him so he cant pay me. What can I do?
Make it rain.
What state did it happen in.
Do you have a contract saying you will wait to be paid when he does.
In Pa that wont stand up in court.
They ended Slavery years ago.
The owner of Record of that property is responsible.


Fred Flintstone Hires Barney Rubble to do a addition to his home ( pebbles is expecting they needed another room ) Barney subs out the job to Acme construction "BOOM POW KAZAM"
The coyote's backhoe swings around and knocks down neighbor's tree it falls on the house causing severe damage and injuries to the people inside.

What will happen
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