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Safeguard REO grass subs LMAO!!

They won't keep this Fannie contract long with work like this. Cutable area is under 10,000 Sq Ft and the dumb****s do a perimeter cut?????? WTF???? This lawn would normally take me no longer than 20 minutes wit PROFESSIONAL equipment. Bad thing about this is the brokers are getting wrote up by the Fannie inspectors for properties that are not up to standards and they end up loosing the properties to another agent but no matter how many phone calls and e-mails to Safeguard it fall on deaf ears.....................
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While I'm at it here is another one........
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1st one doesn't even qualify as a perimeter cut.
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They won't keep this Fannie contract long with work like this. Cutable area is under 10,000 Sq Ft and the dumb****s do a perimeter cut?????? WTF???? This lawn would normally take me no longer than 20 minutes wit PROFESSIONAL equipment. Bad thing about this is the brokers are getting wrote up by the Fannie inspectors for properties that are not up to standards and they end up loosing the properties to another agent but no matter how many phone calls and e-mails to Safeguard it fall on deaf ears.....................
Nice edging.
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I guess there low ball prices are working real well!
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Supposedly SG gets $150 per property per month for grass. If that's the case and they are taking a 20% discount from MH, that leaves MH $120 to hire out 2 lawn cuts a month. MH is hiring for $20-$25 so they are banking really well on the backs of the contractors.....:cen sored:
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That never would have been accepted when I was doing that work.

WTF is changed now?
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That never would have been accepted when I was doing that work.

WTF is changed now?
Brokers care more now as they are loosing properties over this chit......
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Great way to save money on these Cuts lol


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Brokers care more now as they are loosing properties over this chit......
This hack can't get paid. With all of the different clients we have and have had, there's no way one would get paid without edging photos. How in the world do you not have a weed eater/trimmer?? Not to mention, who the heck mows before edging a lawn??
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