The GOOD companies to work for are the ones that you personally feel comfortable working for. The ones that pay on a scale & schedule that is acceptable to you. Those companies are not the same to each person in this profession. I may have had nothing but negative experiences with a company you do well with, and you may hate a company that I think treats me well.We like to help contractors get a good start in this industry and value the opinions of the veterans. Which companies are good companies to work for?
nobody on here is gonna tell you anything, because if they told u that kind of info, you'd be a competition for their market.
Thank you for thinking of me, but like I said, I've been working with that company for a few years now. They are looking for help in some of the hardest to cover counties in Montana. Best of luck to them!. . .PropPresPro I actually have a lead for your area that I’m going to send your way. Hope it helps
They are just another middleman paper shuffler. I've bid against them a couple of times, but have never done any work for them. Everything they get the opportunity to bid here is REO. Find out who the brokers are on the properties they are bidding & see if you can just bid the job direct to the AM. A lot less headache and more money.what do we think about miken construction we just got an email invite to become a vendor