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Looks like this is the 1st price list I got sent too. I told them I can't make those numbers work so they sent another and asked me to fill in the blanks. Just tell em that one won't work
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I just hate all the paperwork to have no work. We may start charging for companies recruiting for contract bidding. We've had 4 this way this year.

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I just hate all the paperwork to have no work. We may start charging for companies recruiting for contract bidding. We've had 4 this way this year.

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If there is one contract I wouldn't want it's fannie Mae!
Agreed! I have never, ever had what I would call a good experience working on a FNMA backed house at any level! Most of them turned to real fast.

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Agreed! I have never, ever had what I would call a good experience working on a FNMA backed house at any level! Most of them turned to real fast.
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Lol I know what you mean. But pretty much get all the paperwork out of the way ASAP fer nothing. So far our best experience has been with M&M not the best for debris but bid approvals at our numbers and trip charges have been worth it. Never shorted a dime or paid out of order.
I'd like to do direct but most everywhere I've turned they refer me to a blood sucking national.
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Lol I know what you mean. But pretty much get all the paperwork out of the way ASAP fer nothing. So far our best experience has been with M&M not the best for debris but bid approvals at our numbers and trip charges have been worth it. Never shorted a dime or paid out of order.
I'd like to do direct but most everywhere I've turned they refer me to a blood sucking national.
M&M is better than any of the other names being thrown around here lately.
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Thanks for the extensive price list post. At those prices, you won't catch me signing up with them. Other may be able to make it work, but not this guy.
Can you name some good companies to work for with better pricing?
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    Can you name some good companies to work for with better pricing?
All of us old timers here learned long ago that it's impossible to make that list. Reason: I may have nothing but bad things to say about my experience with a company that the next guy only has good experiences with, or vice versa.

I feel that the best you can expect from any service company that's left in this business today is that they live up to all the terms you both agree to, including pricing, payment terms, expectations, etc. You have the power to negotiate your own pricing. If a company does not agree to your pricing, move on to the next one - There's always a next one.

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Whats up guys new around here so just a little background on myself. Currently started out as strictly an exterior detailing business (Power washing/window service/gutter service/acid washing/masonry ceiling etc) but during one of our busy times we were offered a job doing some interior clean out work and so we pushed forward with that.

Long story short we are looking to expand into the property preservation field and were presented with a company called ZVN properties. Ive searched on them and found minimal information/reviews and from what I've seen they're a pretty decent company to work for but i just wanted to get a little first hand experience from you guys if possible. We have been talking back and forth for about a week and as I've been checking their price lists i noticed some things seemed pretty low for example a knob lock change only going for $24.00? Some of these prices almost seem like they're not even worth it after materials.. anybody have any info or experience with them?
My take on the industry for a long time has not changed...
If you can make numbers work....99.9% of the time I can not make the order mills numbers work...that said if you can make them work this is on company that is usually above the fray. Very few complaints on this company in past 10 years.
If numbers don't work negotiate something that will...for an order mill they are decent company

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