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Discussion in 'Lawn Mowing' started by llama, Jul 25, 2003.
IT HAS BEEN VERY STEADY WORK AND CHECKS ARE NICE
($4700 TWICE A MONTH)
Not sure what you mean here...please explain
Thinks it's something like a "Housing administration" or something like that?
I always heard to stay away from HUD. The government and the type of people who live in these units/houses that you deal with were too much of a headache for many people around here. I had an chance once but after talking to a few people I didn't go for it.
Glad it is working out for you.
What are you using a bulletproof bush hog?
how do you leave your truck, to mow, and not get robbed?
These are foreclosed properties. So far, only one home was in a "bad" area of town. We have had several properties over $100,000 in value. Actually, one we did Friday has a list price of $289,000. Most people think of hud as the projects but it is any houses that went through foreclosure.
I did a search on Realtor.com for houses in Alabama. I couldn't believe what you can buy for 100,000. Up here in Maine $100,000 will barely get you a building that you actually live in (running water, solid roof, electricity) , and that's if you're lucky enough to find a super deal.
Housing and Urban Development, the federal govt. gives low intrest loans to low income first time buyers with little down. Surprising that they pay their bill quickly though.