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post #1 of 26 (permalink) Old 12-14-2012, 07:12 PM Thread Starter
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Do the nationals or the banks they work for take a break during the holidays? (do you see it slow down across the board)
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Do the nationals or the banks they work for take a break during the holidays? (do you see it slow down across the board)
They take xmas day off and new years day that's it. They still expect you to get your work complete before its due
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The reason I ask is that a broker who has dealt with alot of foreclosures told me that they slow down the rate of activity during the holidays. I have seen a drop in work orders over the last week, just wondering if this is nationwide or just my little piece of the world.
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Usually it slows down some but not that much. I'm up about 25 percent from last year and we are super busy and looking into adding another crew
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It definately slows down in December. The banks don't want to kick anyone out when it is Christmas time. Bad publicity. The banks are only closed on the federal holidays but you still have to get your work in on time.
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Fannie, Freddie & HUD have a moratorium on foreclosures till after the holidays. Happens every year. Enjoy the break.......
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Oh hell. I have received work orders due on Christmas Day.
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They take xmas day off and new years day that's it. They still expect you to get your work complete before its due
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hi

expect it to drop a lot after end of the month
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Dec 18th all evictions and properties to be sold at Sheriff Sales STOP on all Government backed loans (fannie, hud, freddie etc). They will resume the 3rd week of Jan.
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