MTMNTMAN gets a lot of work from them.
Just got on with them. So far so good. Paid when they said it would be here. Prices are a little low but i service a small area for them. Good filler work.Lawn Mower Man said:Just got an offer for some local REO work for AMS...... Prices are a little low, but they did up them some after saying it was not worth our time...!
What's the good, the bad and ugly of this company? :whistling
We do their HUD REO work only. $700 flat fee for maid, lawn and debris removal of up to 60 cyds. We haven't have to move more than 3 cyds yet.FremontREO said:I did one for them through another national today. My prices from the national was a ton higher than what ams pay's. Makes you wonder how much they pocket? I quit ams 2 years ago cuz they stunk.
A direct HUD inspector was there doing a spy inspection when I pulled in. He was astonished that ams had anyone still working for them....said I don't and won't work for ams. He laughed and said all their subs had quit AGAIN The bid work to make icc was over $23k which included fencing around an entire pond----compliance issue per inspector.
Ams gets $2500 up front per property. That's what they pocket, whatever the difference is.FremontREO said:That there is the problem with this National....no flat fee. This property had very minimal debris. 2 big ticket hazards but otherwise empty.
IEI Tidewater does the same. WO with no price. Watch out for them.SmrtyPnts said:AMS owes us about $4k for work completed over the last two months. They are stonewalling us now. They also keep sending us work orders to do stuff for like 1/3 of their own standard pay, or work orders with no pay listed at all.
Don't let it go I ended up suing them and getting a judgement finallySmrtyPnts said:AMS owes us about $4k for work completed over the last two months. They are stonewalling us now. They also keep sending us work orders to do stuff for like 1/3 of their own standard pay, or work orders with no pay listed at all.