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Hey guyes this is for current sg contractors , what I need to know is if any of you that do work for s/g on there flat rate allowable sheet do you guyes charge extra for hazards? I was told it was already in the allowable and that I couldn't charge extra for this . So they tell me everything is done by cubic yard so if you guyes are currently doing this please advice me on how in the world you are making the numbers work cause I cant. And is there any new guid lines from hud that says this change has been made. Please would love to hear from different ones from different states
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Are you a P&P vendor or REO? I know in P&P we do all hazards by CYD. We just bid more, unless it is an extreme circumstance, like 100 tires or a garage full of paint.
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Hey guyes this is for current sg contractors , what I need to know is if any of you that do work for s/g on there flat rate allowable sheet do you guyes charge extra for hazards? I was told it was already in the allowable and that I couldn't charge extra for this . So they tell me everything is done by cubic yard so if you guyes are currently doing this please advice me on how in the world you are making the numbers work cause I cant. And is there any new guid lines from hud that says this change has been made. Please would love to hear from different ones from different states
You are combining hud guidelines with reo flat rate work. Totally different things.

No way to make the flat rate work if you are covering any decent amount of area, which their zones usually do
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And I have gotten paid extra on hazards in situations where there's an excess amount. Removed 110 tires for them. Paid ten per.
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Yes I do P&P I do not do reo no money in it. So If I understand correctly the hazards are figured in the debri cost correct? No extr for paint, tires, broken glass, frig filled with rotted food, batteris etc.
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Yes I do P&P I do not do reo no money in it. So If I understand correctly the hazards are figured in the debri cost correct? No extr for paint, tires, broken glass, frig filled with rotted food, batteris etc.
You are correct sir ... they stopped paying per item for hazards sometime around 2010. If you have an excessive situation like the posters above mentioned (garage full of paint, 25 tires, etc.) then place a bid as over the allowable.
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It's according to loan type. On an FHA, hazards are included in the debris count. Just remove the fridge full of rotting food on a trash out you can't save it. We charge 2 cyds for a fridge. If the fridge isn't bad you have to clean it as part if the broom swept condition. For tires we charge more. Batteries we can get rid of for free so we just include them in debris counts. Glass we remove at all properties and charge per CYD.
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Yes I do P&P I do not do reo no money in it. So If I understand correctly the hazards are figured in the debri cost correct? No extr for paint, tires, broken glass, frig filled with rotted food, batteris etc.
Which flat rate are you talking about then? Only reo has flat rate.

If you are referring to preservation cyd pricing then yes, that's all inclusive.
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The 1 year I worked SG I got ****ed more ways the Tory Black

Only good part was they paid $2.00 per lawn bag and ANY AND EVERY BAG I BAGGED landed at a SG address!

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