Anyone have experience with them or know there pay scale. I keep getting emails from this company about become a vendor. Who do they service and are they worth getting on board..
I have never worked for this company, but $200 for a wint. Is this a wet system. Being here in the south I only see dry systems and they $75 to $100 dep. on witch company.SwiftRes said:Altisource direct work paid well last year before they went with this regional thing. Was 200 wints, great pricing on repair approvals. HUD rates pretty much across the board
I would think wet system would pay more. There is a lot more to them u know got house pumping and then the heating system pumping. But like In said I have never seen one in a house around here.SwiftRes said:I see $70-$120 as well, this was an oddball. Dry/wet, same flat price I believe for them(didn't do a wet for them I don't think).
Have been looking for new companies to sign up with. It`s getting harder to find any with there brain plugged in. I mean the price with some of these companies is a real joke and other wanting you to pay for back ground checks or memberships.SwiftRes said:Yeah we have them here. They are more of a pain no question. I think that was the basis of the $200 wint is to make all wints a flat $200. Altisource was good to work for as far as $$ went to me, if you could deal with their entire staff being outsourced to India.
STARBABY said:Have been looking for new companies to sign up with. It`s getting harder to find any with there brain plugged in. I mean the price with some of these companies is a real joke and other wanting you to pay for back ground checks or memberships.
ps:if you could deal with their entire staff being outsourced to India , some of people I deal with in state are real dumnm a**es:whistling
man I know what you mean. It`s like these house has been sitting for a year or two with nothing begging done and know this it`s a fire and has to be now!SwiftRes said:The outsourced staff had it's pros and cons. The cons were hard to understand, seemed to go off a script. The pros were that the reps were not so damn emotional about orders. Reps from some companies make you think that the world is going to end if you can't hit their two day turnaround time on a lawn cut an hour away.
SwiftRes said:Yeah. I have one that is about 1.5 hours away from me, but is on the route that we do(lotta properties). According to their system it's never even had an initial this year because they couldn't find anyone. I explain I can do it, but have to put it on my route(no special trip that far for one property). I have gotten a pushy email everyday for the last 1.5 weeks about this property.