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BLM pricing for HUD

looking for some input on this PK and 24 Assets (which we worked for)has broken their contracts with BLM who has the HUD contracts in our area.. we are hesitant to sign with them because of how they treated PK and 24 Assets...
plus this is the price matrix and they are unwilling to negotiate...

125.00 HPIR/WIN.
375.00 initial services (summer) 325.00 (winter)

15 cubic yards included

25.00 routine insp.
25.00 routine landscape

am I asking too much by turning this down?
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No. No way anyone should work for those numbers. Up here, it is $26/yd to dump trash.

15 x $26 = $390 to get rid of that 15 yards included in your initial. They're paying $375? Cool- you give THEM $15 for the pleasure of doing their work. Your dump charges may be less, but just do the math. Ridiculous.

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The HUD rate for Debris removal is $50.00 so your 15 cyds should pay $750.00 by itself.
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NO dump charges by the sq yd. They charge by the Ton. In RI the fees were $55/ton but down here in the south, at my new local landfill, it's a whole $25/ton.
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NO dump charges by the sq yd. They charge by the Ton. In RI the fees were $55/ton but down here in the south, at my new local landfill, it's a whole $25/ton.

Multiple landfills in my coverage area charge by the cubic yard. There are also multiple transfer stations that charge by the cubic yard.

Iíve already told you more than I know.
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Um....even if dump fees were $0.00 the prices are still a joke and BLM knows it. I called them a while back-they have a ton of work in my area. They wouldn't budge an inch on they're pricing(they needed to go about 9ft!) . Sit tight, they'll lose HUD soon enough.
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Getting more money from them then pk pays in Missouri area sad to say and still no work
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In WA State the dumps is anywhere from $110-$115/ton. but there is a min charge of $26. So.... for the SUB if you have a trailer, paying by the ton is better. If you have a small truck and it is only like 1.5CYD in the bed, you are screwed... you will pay out of pocket to get the job done. The $50/CYD is the HUD allowable, but if you are a sub you will be looking at about $25. Everyone is trying to get paid out of that $50. but the Sub is getting the lions share.


I will agree that $375 is ok unless Initial Services includes a maid service too.. right? Also, there should be no discount on that payout.
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In WA State the dumps is anywhere from $110-$115/ton. but there is a min charge of $26. So.... for the SUB if you have a trailer, paying by the ton is better. If you have a small truck and it is only like 1.5CYD in the bed, you are screwed... you will pay out of pocket to get the job done. The $50/CYD is the HUD allowable, but if you are a sub you will be looking at about $25. Everyone is trying to get paid out of that $50. but the Sub is getting the lions share.


I will agree that $375 is ok unless Initial Services includes a maid service too.. right? Also, there should be no discount on that payout.

$375.00 is never ok

A sales clean is $300-500 depending on how filthy the place is.

Debris should be bid out at $50.00 a cube based on how much is present.

Initial lawn is $125.00 minimum.

3 Smokes and a CO2 at $45.00 each = 180.00

Then what if there are bushes that need trimmed or a roof that needs tarped?
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$375.00 is never ok

A sales clean is $300-500 depending on how filthy the place is.

Debris should be bid out at $50.00 a cube based on how much is present.

Initial lawn is $125.00 minimum.

3 Smokes and a CO2 at $45.00 each = 180.00

Then what if there are bushes that need trimmed or a roof that needs tarped?

I have been in this 8 years and NEVER saw those #'s on REO, Only Pre-sale.....
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