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    Default Hud 184

    Received an inquiry from a potential client about doing a HUD 184 project. This is a housing program for Indians. Anyone have any experience with getting HUD certified and working with them? I assume there's a lot of documentation and other red tape involved.

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    Mark:

    I've never done any HUD work but have done several Federal Government contracts, before you spend any time on it check their budget, your bondability determines how big a project you can take.
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    One thing I came across that I thought was interesting was the TERO. Tribal Employee Right Ordinance.

    I found it to be highly interesting...
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    Default Re: Hud 184

    I think I'm gonna pass. it really doesn't fit my business plan.

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