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Anyone ever done any work for BLM? Seems they do all HUD initials that require the HPIR Inspection as well as Initial services on the house for a flat rate... Just wanted to check out before applied for work for them, they always have ads up to hire, which I dont know if it is a good or bad thing....

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I worked with BLM REO on the west coast a few years back. They are the best preservation company I have worked with ever when it comes to HUD work!
 

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I worked with BLM REO on the west coast a few years back. They are the best preservation company I have worked with ever when it comes to HUD work!

^^^^ I see someone who works for them chimes in, because from all the personal messages I have got i am DEFINITELY STAYING AWAY FROM BLMREO!
 

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I worked with BLM REO on the west coast a few years back. They are the best preservation company I have worked with ever when it comes to HUD work!
Welcome to PT! And thanks for,your input.
Why don't you tell us a little about yourself so we all know who we are talking to.
 

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I am getting ready to go to work for BLM . are they an OK company? I hate it they only pay once a month. Is that common? Any bad vibes on BLM REO?
 

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More than likely the same ass clown company plant/troll.

Just signed up with a new user name.


Hmmmm, I should do some IP checking on them.
 

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Why are you staying away

^^^^ I see someone who works for them chimes in, because from all the personal messages I have got i am DEFINITELY STAYING AWAY FROM BLMREO!
You give no logical reason for staying away from this company but you indicate they are bad so what is your reason
 

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Why do you assume another employee

another employee?
You assume another employee but actually you are wrong but you still do not say what your problem with them is
If you are going to bad mouth a company you need to have a reason or it is just slander and not worth two cents if you have a reason that people can use as to why you do not like the company then that is information and you still do not say why you do not like the company
 

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First of all I'm not going to sit here and badmouth and company, if thats how they want to do business... good for them. All i will say is

HPIR and HUD Initial service- including up to 40 CYD debris, initial janitorial, initial landscape which include trimming palms and any over grown trees or shrubs, capping all safety hazards, backpowering the home with the generator ( Illegal ) all for 400.00- IF YOU GET PAID ON TIME...
Oh and I forgot to mention they require you to upload your photos to them, as well as to HUD's portal so they dont have to do any uploading....!
 

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First of all I'm not going to sit here and badmouth and company, if thats how they want to do business... good for them. All i will say is

HPIR and HUD Initial service- including up to 40 CYD debris, initial janitorial, initial landscape which include trimming palms and any over grown trees or shrubs, capping all safety hazards, backpowering the home with the generator ( Illegal ) all for 400.00- IF YOU GET PAID ON TIME...
Oh and I forgot to mention they require you to upload your photos to them, as well as to HUD's portal so they dont have to do any uploading....!
Are there people doing work that cheap? Labor would eat that $400 up
 

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First of all I'm not going to sit here and badmouth and company, if thats how they want to do business... good for them. All i will say is

HPIR and HUD Initial service- including up to 40 CYD debris, initial janitorial, initial landscape which include trimming palms and any over grown trees or shrubs, capping all safety hazards, backpowering the home with the generator ( Illegal ) all for 400.00- IF YOU GET PAID ON TIME...
Oh and I forgot to mention they require you to upload your photos to them, as well as to HUD's portal so they dont have to do any uploading....!

That pays $700 here. Have not seen one with over a yard or 2 of debris in over a year. Can't believe ANYONE is backfeeding these houses.....
 

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Lots of contractors are backfeeding systems because they believe they have to do it or they will not get paid. :furious:
 

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First of all I'm not going to sit here and badmouth and company, if thats how they want to do business... good for them. All i will say is

HPIR and HUD Initial service- including up to 40 CYD debris, initial janitorial, initial landscape which include trimming palms and any over grown trees or shrubs, capping all safety hazards, backpowering the home with the generator ( Illegal ) all for 400.00- IF YOU GET PAID ON TIME...
Oh and I forgot to mention they require you to upload your photos to them, as well as to HUD's portal so they dont have to do any uploading....!
That would irritate me but what I am wondering is a few things
first did you have to do all that work was there forty cubic yards and did you trim the bushes and stuff
second why didn't you bid the bushes on the HPIR if they were bad or bid the debris I am sure you can on the HPIR
third how long did it take you to do the job
Four hundred dollars is not much pay if you are there all day that is for sure but if you were only there say four hours that is a hundred dollars an hour compared to minimum wage which can be about eight dollars an hour it all depends on what you had to do if you were there ten hours then that is forty dollars an hour and I know expenses can be rough but how much gas did you spend what were your dump fees and how long to do the picture uploading if you still made say twenty dollars an hour after all that then you did better than a lot of people out there
I recently got a real job and was sick when I realized the kind of money I had been making compared to what I was making now working a month to make what I could make on one good trash out and I had been complaining about how little money I had been making on the trashout I don't complain anymore
But if you are really down to making less than even minimum wage after expenses then you do need to do something about that
As far as backfeeding the house doesn't HUD ask you to do that and if they ask you to do that on their property that they own then I would think the liability is off of you and back on to them
 
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