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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 07-24-2013, 10:08 AM Thread Starter
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Cyprexx Bso issue

Recently got 3 failed Bso reports for 1 property for dirty sink, dirty floors and landscaping. Every time I go back and redo everything and take a ton of pics I'm talking 100s of photos !
They want me to remove the exposed and buried black weed block. Let's say I trimmed everything this time to barely nothing there, removed the weed block and now the place looks like total crap.
Another property I have got a report of an unsecure outbuilding and the damn place has no outbuilding. Only has a pool enclosure which is padlocked but has ripped and torn screen which a bid was submitted to repair. Every single natty out there are absolutely idiots that process our work. All these paper pushers need to spend 1 month a year in the field getting dirty and see if they like 10-12 hr days in the heat and getting fu&@[email protected] around by the processors!

Any one else have these problems with Cyprexx?
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No problems sense i stopped working for them.
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many do and many have responded like Zuse has....

But this sounds like a concentrated effort not to pay fees that have been earned.
Do you have any conflicts with the Brokers?
Has Cyprexx asked you to reduce your fees and you said no??? that is a real common theme with them...refuse to reduce your fees and they break you with BS callbacks...

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The broker in question, I worked directly with his firm 4 years ago. We left on OK terms. He's new to the Fannie/Cyprexx game though I was his 3rd and 4th properties.
All my properties are bid on and I bid higher knowing they will want to haggle. If a property has 8 cy I tells them it has 12. Installed an interior handle for them today for $250 and was a total of 15LF. Total in materials $75 bucks. I know Cyprexx suxs at time but damn I get some decent stuff out of them to keep, sell, or scrap. Saves dump fees ! I am not like some of you guys on here with multiple, multiple crews and staff so I don't have a lot of overhead, so I can make the numbers work. I work for 3 nattys and I do all the trashouts/initials/bid approvals myself and have 1 sub for the grass cuts.
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They keep adding things to the flat fee too! Like capping water lines,installing wire nuts,ect! It`s like they think we get this stuff for free! They told me once I was bidding too much for installing a floor vent in a house! I was charging $10 and they wanting to pay me $8 and I could get them for $6 at home depot! I said really that`s nice to know but the closes home depot is an hour away! I guess they think $2 profit on floor vents is more than enough!
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