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What can you tell me about VRM?

I know nothing about them. My partner has signed on with them without finding anything about them. As is, we already work with MCS and A2Z (who I am not wild about), I think MCS is ok.
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I know nothing about them. My partner has signed on with them without finding anything about them. As is, we already work with MCS and A2Z (who I am not wild about), I think MCS is ok.
Bunch of old threads on them if your search.

General consensus is you will go broke with their cradle to grave flat rate crap. Wish you the best of luck. They might be only one that pays worse than FNMA......



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from what I understand the do the "whole package" flat rate B.S.......they send me about 3 emails a week wanting us to sign on but I have never come across a flat rate deal that would be profitable for me. I have hear several different prices from $300 to $500 not sure wich is right but none of those options will work for me. also keep in mind if they are like most other companies the work you will be getting in the beginning will be the stuff there regular contractors have passed on, whole bunch of debris, really nasty sales clean ect....also im not sure if this is true but I have heard on this forum that there bi-weekly grass cuts are included in the initial services price and that's you property until it sells.......good luck and please report back how it goes
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We've been doing this awhile now, she's been in the biz for years. I told her to get a price sheet first. I think I'd rather add asons. MCS keeps us pretty busy. She's super stubborn, I keep telling her to hop on this forum because it's helped ME immensely. But thanks guys.
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We've been doing this awhile now, she's been in the biz for years. I told her to get a price sheet first. I think I'd rather add asons. MCS keeps us pretty busy. She's super stubborn, I keep telling her to hop on this forum because it's helped ME immensely. But thanks guys.
We let a realtor talk us into the VRM stuff and it was horrible. The absolute worst company we have ever worked for. There is ZERO money to be made and all it will do is make you look bad to the realtors in your area.
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We finally saw their flat fee, we said thanks, but no thanks. You're right, we'd lose money BIG time. This forum is a godsend.
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