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We've been doing Caliber work for a few years on the pre-sale side. They used to be awesome on bid approvals, so much so that I would do a little dance when we got a new Caliber property...then last year they got greedy like all the rest and became super conservative on bid approvals. Now they have an allowable list of items that can be completed in hopes to prevent any bids needing to be submitted/approved for issues that would result in violations and escalating damages to the home. They still approve bids but it's spotty. I'm totally with you on that though! Who in their right mind would take that risk to go that deep into their pocket to fund their rehabs and without a written contract I'd assume? That could be financial suicide! No other contractor would be stupid enough to do that.