Contacted by Asset Management Specialist (AMS) out of Bristol Pa.
Any opinion on them?
Any opinion on them?
Good Lord Man! I hope you finally got paid for the work!Lawn Mower Man said:Got it done on time and continue on with routines, come invoice time we were scored the lowest level and was told no check... Not because of anything we did, but because they said were 3 weeks late removing the washer
You must have missed it... :whistlingGTX63 said:Good Lord Man! I hope you finally got paid for the work!
Yes and on time! As said not the most profitable relationship, but we make good money working for them and have landed plenty of work with brokers we have dealt with servicing AMS properties.Lawn Mower Man said:Lucky for us we had good status with our recuring services rep who looked into it and seen the original contractor was the one late not us and we got paid. :clap:
And yes we still work for them, but only routine cleanings, snow removal, lawns, hazards and repairs we BID! And all ways add 24% as the want 20% off the top and 4% for early pay
Leins. The computer doesn't do what it isn't programmed to do. Can't stand how people try to hide behind a computer.ECSREO said:after a year two days ago they said the computer reasigned all routines we lost 70 now have a whole 6 two not even in our area. they say we might get them back IF who has them now doesnt want them. we were on time and 98% QC. have to get them to corect every single monthly invoice, some times takes days or weeks to get the auditer to corect it. been thru 5-7 state reps (lost count) each one want some thing diferent, except not to pay you for things the last rep was paying for.
Lucky for us there are a handful of half ass, low balling, uninsured, never to be heard from again contractors working our area; always see a new name once maybe twice on the sign in sheets....MKM Landscaping said:I have no problems with AMS on the HUD side or fannie side.I have had same state rep for the duration.My QC score is not even great but I guess being only idiot in NH to work for them,they deal with me and as I deal with them.
Check is always in my mailbox on or before the 20 of each month.
While 6 figures would be great, in our first half year we did manage to almost hit the 5 figure zone... Crappy winter has everything off to a slow start, but the grass is already showing some green and April 1st is coming quick!mtmtnman said:Unless your rural with no competition it won't be that great. I do just fine to the tune of 6 figures the last 2 years but i am the exception...............
PipCo said:Have you seen the new Toro 30"? Looks like a nice little machine for those tight gates.