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Ok the Big Qeuston to all you smarty pants out here in the P&P world...

So im doing alot of BAC ppo secures for sentinel Most are conv but some have been FHA loans. when reporting damages on a conv and fha what is bank of america really looking for as fare as damages.

Right now i report every little thing i see including nail holes and little blemishes in the dry wall. i want to know the things i can just skip and not worry about. ive herd multiple answers on this topic and i just want a real answer
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Ok the Big Qeuston to all you smarty pants out here in the P&P world...

So im doing alot of BAC ppo secures for sentinel Most are conv but some have been FHA loans. when reporting damages on a conv and fha what is bank of america really looking for as fare as damages.

Right now i report every little thing i see including nail holes and little blemishes in the dry wall. i want to know the things i can just skip and not worry about. ive herd multiple answers on this topic and i just want a real answer

The way things have been going the last few months, you better keep reporting the way you are. They really don't care about most of the crap we report until we forget or miss something, then its of the upmost of importance and they will require you to repair it for free.
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The way things have been going the last few months, you better keep reporting the way you are. They really don't care about most of the crap we report until we forget or miss something, then its of the upmost of importance and they will require you to repair it for free.
That is why I gave Five Brothers the heave ho-and luckily we were paid in full the day before they tryed that-so there was nothing left in the kitty to take from us
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That is why I gave Five Brothers the heave ho-and luckily we were paid in full the day before they tryed that-so there was nothing left in the kitty to take from us
Its all BS!

Remember to fight this hard since 5 Bro's will take you to collections and kill your credit score if the amount is enough.

Seen it to many times...Getting $10,000 bills in the mail after you quit a Service Company is not a new occurrence. A good friend of mine did get one for $12,000 and sent a nice letter back saying "at this time we are reviewing all documentation and we may or may not get back to you"....Never did get back to them till 8 months +/- he got the summons to go to Court in Florida. HE LOST.
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Its all BS!

Remember to fight this hard since 5 Bro's will take you to collections and kill your credit score if the amount is enough.

Seen it to many times...Getting $10,000 bills in the mail after you quit a Service Company is not a new occurrence. A good friend of mine did get one for $12,000 and sent a nice letter back saying "at this time we are reviewing all documentation and we may or may not get back to you"....Never did get back to them till 8 months +/- he got the summons to go to Court in Florida. HE LOST.




That is such BS!
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Its all BS!

Remember to fight this hard since 5 Bro's will take you to collections and kill your credit score if the amount is enough.

Seen it to many times...Getting $10,000 bills in the mail after you quit a Service Company is not a new occurrence. A good friend of mine did get one for $12,000 and sent a nice letter back saying "at this time we are reviewing all documentation and we may or may not get back to you"....Never did get back to them till 8 months +/- he got the summons to go to Court in Florida. HE LOST.
If they want to go that route so be it, for $120-would fun to watch
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Yeah but this buddies troubles started over a $100 winterize that they said was "bad" and caused pipe break that flooded home. 14 years in P&P business with no problems.

It only takes once........

Document, research and fight.

Remember they have the lawyers, other contractors monies and the time to go after whoever they want. Might be fun to watch but I know from experience its not FUN to be a part of!
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