HUD and the Obligation of MOM to the Servicer

Today I was sent a couple screen shots of a conversation between a Mortgage Order Mill (MOM) and a company completing services on the MOM’s HUD contract. The photos are below. Many of you for many years now have heard me say, “my contract is with you, not your client” . those if you in the Property Preservation Industry, (PPI) understand all too well about the Bull Snot “your I voice has been adjusted by our client”.

Well I’m going to say this. If you have a contract with Party A, the MOM, it is not your fiduciary responsibility to assist Party A, the MOM, in their contractual obligations to Party B. Unless you’re party to the contract between Party A , the MOM & B, thus making you Party C.
That said…I know for a fact FNMA, FDMC, HUD, et al don’t cut invoices  from the MOM.

So Mr. Markee…. If you wouldn’t mind please show me this invoice reduction from HUD.
You may be wondering how I have such appalling nerve…if you’re a MOM subbing HUD work, its was an approved contract. HUD is not actually paying per the cubic yard.
Speaking of contracts. The HUD 3.10 has been released for bidding, if you’re in my neck of the woods feel free to contact me if you need assistance or require information to assist a bid proposal as a in the 4S territoray in becoming  a MOM, or if you’d like to bid the contract as a small business with W-2 employees versus being a MOM, I do have vast experience in supervisory and quality control in the PPI. I can also assist in any type of business plan for W-2 employees or a MOM type of business model.
If you’d like to interview and present your side of this highly convoluted issue between the MOM  or offer an opinion on this industry issue drop a line.

Until Next Time
Happy Gardening

The Biotech Bullies Will Rule the New FDA and EPA

Week we have a very insanely divisive election out of the way we now start looking forward to the development of a new face of government. With this new face there ate always concerns because it means change. Unfortunately we never really know if the “change” is good until said change has had the opportunity to prove itself.  Biotech companies and the FDA, EPA, & USA will all come into play.

Now while we are on the GMO subject I have been conducting some unscientific experiments on the new White Gusset potato….nit impressed with the ‘performance’ of the potato from a cooking position….here’s a video in the series of videos I have been shooting over the last 4 days…..

The following article has been reprinted with permission.


imageszczxxIn the tumultuous week following the 2016 elections, Monsanto and its minions are moving fast to tighten their control over our food and farming system. Emboldened by the prospect of another pro-industrial-agriculture administration, they’re plowing ahead—with total disregard for public health, and blanket dismissal of the warnings pouring in from independent scientists.

Politico, which obtained a list of Trump’s talking points on agriculture, said it includes a “sweeping promise” to “defend American agriculture against its critics, particularly those who have never grown or produced anything beyond a backyard tomato plant.” From Politico:

The document . . . offers a host of policy pledges—from suggesting a shift back to conventional agriculture, to promises for the Trump White House to be an “active participant” in writing the next Farm Bill, to fighting the so-called good food movement and undoing Obama-era agricultural and environmental policies.

Pair that news with Trump’s EPA transition team pick, climate-denier Myron Ebell who says“pesticides aren’t bad for you,” and the future for organic regenerative agriculture—and your health—looks bleak.

One day after the election, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) approved the highly controversial, dangerously toxic herbicide dicamba, allowing it to be sprayed directly on cotton and soybean crops. The Obama Administration had delayed commercialization of both 2, 4-D-resistant and dicamba-resistant crops for several years due to public concern over their extreme toxicity. Beyond Pesticides reports that Dicamba, which is linked to kidney and liver damage, neurotoxicity, and developmental impacts, has a “strong propensity to volatilize small particles of the herbicide into the air and drift far off-site. Sensitive crop species can be damaged by dicamba at levels in the parts per million.”

According to Sustainable Pulse, the EPA’s November 9 decision opens the door “for dicamba use to jump from less than 1 million pounds to more than 25 million annually on these two crops,” and follows “on the heels of the agency’s recent decision to expand approval for a new pesticide called Enlist Duo, made for use on GM corn, cotton and soybeans.”

A few days after the EPA issued the disastrous dicamba decision, the U.S. Food & Drug Administration (FDA) declared it will stop testing foods for glyphosate residue. Never mind that a panel of 17 World Health Organization scientists unanimously agreed that glyphosate is a “probable human carcinogen.” Or that this “probable carcinogen” has already contaminated an alarmingly wide range of best-selling foods in the U.S.

The EPA’s decision to stop testing foods for glyphosate came less than three weeks after OCA and Beyond Pesticides sued the Sioux Bee corporation for fraudulently labeling its glyphosate-tainted Sue Bee and Aunt Sue’s honey brands as “100% Natural.” How did we know the honey contained glyphosate? Because the EPA tested it, and US Right to Know used the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) to obtain the results.

We don’t need to guess or wonder. The incoming Trump administration will not be a friend to those of us committed to a healthy, pollution-free, climate-friendly future.

Where does that leave us? Working at the state and local level to elect candidates and to pass public health and climate policies in line with the obvious truth, which is that we can’t go on poisoning ourselves and our ecosystem—and still go on.

It also will require that we expand food testing, and expose the long list of the dangerous chemicals in our food so we can put our consumer power to good use. Once a critical mass of consumers knows exactly what kinds of—and how much—poison we’re being fed, we will force Big Food to clean up its act, or go broke. At which point, it won’t much matter whatMonsanto’s minions are up to in Congress. Because the market for their products will shrivel up faster than a glyphosate-drenched weed.

Enjoy the holiday folks…travel safe

Until Next Time….

Happy Gardening


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