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Best companies to work for

I know, I know, they are all the devil and will screw you. I'm just wondering which companies have been the best to work for? I've been screwed by a few as well but I know people are making money with the better companies.
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People are making money with better companies? Who are those people?

It sounds like a broken record, but it's true- You need to find private work for realtors and local agents. If it's a national or regional, you're not going to find one, especially in 2015.
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Well, I know if I get a price sheet and one says $20/cdy and another says $35/cyd I'd rather do the work for the higher price. I've been through a few clients. Are they all bad? No. Have prices been dropping for the last 6 years? Yes. You can still make money in this business. I just wanted to see if anyone had anything positive to say about a client
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First post asking who are the best companies to work for? Good luck with that one. I've been a member here for 3 years and this question never gets answered What works for one person doesn't work for someone else. If you spend countless hours reading here, you may find which companies are the least objectionable to work for.



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AMS, Berghorst, Indy Mac to name a few. New contractors haven't complained at all about no/slow pay.
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AMS, Berghorst, Indy Mac to name a few. New contractors haven't complained at all about no/slow pay.
Don't forget LAMCO, Buczek, Michigan Realty Solutions.....There must be a few more that we're forgetting...



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LAMCO? Not familiar with them. Musta went BK a while back.
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LAMCO? Not familiar with them. Musta went BK a while back.
They were pioneers of the 'pay to play' model. If I remember right, they seemed to work the realtor angle to locate as many contractors as possible.

Iíve already told you more than I know.
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They were pioneers of the 'pay to play' model. If I remember right, they seemed to work the realtor angle to locate as many contractors as possible.
Lenders Asset Management Company. Yep, they went dark about 2 years back. Around here, they had auction properties for Hudson and Marshall as well as Williams and Williams.



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I've been at this for over four years. I've finally had enough. I've worked for most of the big nationals and THEY ALL SUCK. I want to put a big shout out about the 5 amigos and what a f~cked up co it is. They are trying to hold me responsable for their errors...just like they all will do when they find they have missed something and the bank is questioning them and they have no answers. THEY ALL will find you at fault no matter what proof you have. I am done with this insanty. You will find yourself older and your equipment wore out when it finally sinks in how awfull this industry is.
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