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Since someone removed my last post, I will watch my P's and Q's....Has anyone profited off of AMS pay matrix and what is your experiance with them. They sent me there pay matrix and I choked on my chicken bone So to the gentleman that flaged my post have a nice day
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Since someone removed my last post, I will watch my P's and Q's....Has anyone profited off of AMS pay matrix and what is your experiance with them. They sent me there pay matrix and I choked on my chicken bone So to the gentleman that flaged my post have a nice day
Me too. Pretty scary. PM me if you want to discuss the details.
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I never even got the pay matrix. They wanted my application and insurance before they would let me know the pricing. So I didn't even bother.
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We got it today. $100 less than they pay for HUD FSM in 1P. I told Blake she was nuts and they would never pass a BSO or a FNMA inspection. Complete Joke
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Me too. Pretty scary. PM me if you want to discuss the details.
I tried to pm you did it go through? I am new to the pm experaince
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Has anyone been successful negotiating pay with them? They contacted me saying safegard lost the MI contract and they are getting 15,000 properties. Thier pay is still low.
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Has anyone been successful negotiating pay with them? They contacted me saying safegard lost the MI contract and they are getting 15,000 properties. Thier pay is still low.
I am in the process right know negotiating with them. There is NO WAY I can make a dime with there current prices. I am hoping someone can tell me how they profit with them and I still have no response. I am usually the last person to cry about the national wages but these prices are insulting.
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At best you'll break even. At worst, you'll go belly up. The only incentive is the opportunity to branch out and meet new brokers to solicit your services to.
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I am in the process right know negotiating with them. There is NO WAY I can make a dime with there current prices. I am hoping someone can tell me how they profit with them and I still have no response. I am usually the last person to cry about the national wages but these prices are insulting.
Was told today they will not negotiate any prices and that AMS must "hold the line" in order to screw contractors, I mean be competitive in the industry. Apparently there is an abundance of contractors in MI that are more than willing to accept those prices.
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I have a question for everybody. Did you actually do the application and give them insurance before they gave you the pricing or did they give it to you first?
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