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Q for all you Safeguard vendors............

How long are y'all given to plow snow? We had snow that finished Friday afternoon. As of tonight NONE of the 46 REO's SG maintains in my valley have been plowed. When we where doing these for AMS we where given 48 hours. It's been over 72 hours now. These properties are now ALL in city violation. Brokers are calling Fnma and SG but nothing is getting done. I'm personally hoping the city fines every one of these properties as MAYBE Fnma will finally get a clue!! It was no different with lawns. None where serviced properly. SG contacted me in Oct for my plowing price and i told them $65 for everything under 150 feet. Over that i would bid as there are a few rural properties with over a mile of forest service road that is unmaintained that would have to be plowed for access. They said i was WAY to high. I guess there getting what they pay for. NOTHING!!:whis tling2:
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How long are y'all given to plow snow? We had snow that finished Friday afternoon. As of tonight NONE of the 46 REO's SG maintains in my valley have been plowed. When we where doing these for AMS we where given 48 hours. It's been over 72 hours now. These properties are now ALL in city violation. Brokers are calling Fnma and SG but nothing is getting done. I'm personally hoping the city fines every one of these properties as MAYBE Fnma will finally get a clue!! It was no different with lawns. None where serviced properly. SG contacted me in Oct for my plowing price and i told them $65 for everything under 150 feet. Over that i would bid as there are a few rural properties with over a mile of forest service road that is unmaintained that would have to be plowed for access. They said i was WAY to high. I guess there getting what they pay for. NOTHING!!:whis tling2:
You are sooooooo true. I was approached by SG to do yards 35 for a 1/2 acre and the phone was dropped because i had a hurnia from laughing so hard. The big servicers have backed t hemselfs into a decreasing spiral of prices and services so just get on the cities "shovel ready list " and have them call you to do the code violations. I have been on a local cities list and do the board ups and securing with no hastles and photo requirements. DO work they inspect and in 2 weeks a check appears for how I should be paid, not some wasked out nationals pricing .
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48 hours, but where you are located Safeguard probably doesn't have more than one yokel to plow and his Ranger is still stuck in his driveway.
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Our local ordinances here....24 hours....

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Our local ordinances here....24 hours....

haven`t any snow on the ground here in a couple of years!
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I'm sure they don't care about getting it shoveled.

Professionals are people who can do their job when they don't feel like it.
Amateurs are people that can't do their job even when they do feel like it.
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48 hours, but where you are located Safeguard probably doesn't have more than one yokel to plow and his Ranger is still stuck in his driveway.



Good chance this rig isn't able to handle MT snows.




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Where is the door?
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Where is the door?



Not an option offered to SG vendors.

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Where is the door?
I just get in through the hatch in the back. Pretty slick once you get used to it

Iíve already told you more than I know.
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