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Blah Blah Blah, HUD Adjusted the pricing, Blah Blah Blah!!!!

OK Folks, 100x170 lot. Tell me what your bid would be??
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$250 to $300 to me.


Recently I got $100 for an average corner lot that was over grown but real thin.
I mulched the whole thing, took two guys 40 mins.
Local customer.

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BINGO!! I have nearly NO P&P work and this is one of the reasons i have cut most companies loose. This particular company i have been trying to give the boot for almost a year but they keep sending a job here and there and MOST of these jobs pay good..............
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FWIW my handy "Corelogic Grass Cut Guide" allows the following for 17,000 square feet:

42"-47" $225 net
48"-54" $250 net

Although I wouldn't hesitate to bid it at $350.
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i would bid about $350 wouldn't take long at all with my DR brush mower (except corners)
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Glad to see i was right on the money. The Siblings said HUD adjusted it to $130..............................
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I hope you told them to reassign.



And we all know they of all people aren't above lying.

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Glad to see i was right on the money. The Siblings said HUD adjusted it to $130..............................
They pull that crap all the time with. I tell them my bid stands! Some do get reassigned ,some get approved at my price.

I tell siblings when HUD starts buying my equipment and maintaining it ,they then can tell what I can bid!
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I tell siblings when HUD starts buying my equipment and maintaining it ,they then can tell what I can bid!
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