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Next years work load?

Who knows? But, some pretty smart guys in the financial industry say things are going to get real bad.

http://www.moneynews.com/MKTNews/Mas...edium=referral

But, that could be good for us...
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The scenario that this article portrays would not be good for any industry. Property values decline sharply, fuel and material costs rise and short sales would likely increase drastically. This industry also attracts the unemployed like a magnet creating even more competition fighting for the scraps.
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I have not for one minute bought into this administrations statements that things are righting them self...
The stock market is soooooo over-inflated right now...
and the unemployment numbers are not accurate...the way they count them are a joke...

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Fun with Charts...Talking with one of the Vip's at a National the other day, and he whispers in my ear. and he says hey Zuse we're about to hire 60 new cubical workers after the first of the year, i said great more morons to have to deal with. I said but the news keeps telling us that the foreclosers are way down, he comes back at me with, red-tape,new laws slowing the pipeline down, no one is buying, you cant believe whats coming out the press anymore.

Audits Coming...

One national ive been with for 7 yrs has been auditing my work for the last 75 days, they have gone back 3 yrs so far. Hit me with 3 charges backs, mostly up-loaders error's, just minor stuff. So yes its going to be a good year. You will also see some Regionals fall to the way side to this year too.


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Little in the media is believable.

Even less coming from the white house's mouth pieces.
Whether its the head loud mouth or one of his minions.
They tell so many lies that if any of them said on TV the sky was blue I'd go outside to
verify for myself. Its that bad.

If 2014 is supposed to be that busy that means a lot of foreclosures are in the works now.
MANY are the stories of folks staying in their houses for a year or more after they were able to
make their last payment. When I was active in the work I was in multiple houses the neighbors told
me were vacant for up to 2 years. I was told on more than one occasion that I was the first guy
they'd seen around the property in 2 years.

So that means 2014's work load is winding its way thru the courts and legal wrangling now.

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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Plenty of work available, im turning it down....
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Little in the media is believable.

Even less coming from the white house's mouth pieces.
Whether its the head loud mouth or one of his minions.
They tell so many lies that if any of them said on TV the sky was blue I'd go outside to
verify for myself. Its that bad.

If 2014 is supposed to be that busy that means a lot of foreclosures are in the works now.
MANY are the stories of folks staying in their houses for a year or more after they were able to
make their last payment. When I was active in the work I was in multiple houses the neighbors told
me were vacant for up to 2 years. I was told on more than one occasion that I was the first guy
they'd seen around the property in 2 years.

So that means 2014's work load is winding its way thru the courts and legal wrangling now.

I was told by a client today that there they will be able to dump a couple hundred inspections on me immediately after the first...I asked...like next Thursday...YES... so we'll see...

We have a few properties out here that have been setting 3+ years...scuttlebutt has it that all the laws did was slow this up and now there is going to be a release of the backlog...we'll have to see on that also...

I do know it is going to be a very exciting ride folks...Hope you got your E tickets ready....

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From one extreme to the other...sounds about right.
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Hi

anyone ever hear saying only fools believe? i heard the same line last year and never picked up in my area at all.of course im in a small area market too.
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If the Nationals keep paying crap them they can keep the work too.

As it stands in my area a lot of us have told them to give the low ball minimum wage pricing offers to others. I have had them beg me to take jobs, yet they still refuse to pay better so I keep passing on them.

I know one of the brokers I do direct work for has come to me with houses that were managed by a National and I have been awarded contracts for direct preservation and ongoing maintenance work because after 10+ days the initial services had still not been started.

I like this way better. Pays twice as much, fewer pictures and pays about the same time frame.
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