Firing a consultant is one of the easiest things you can do. YOU are the boss, you can just not call him and when it comes time for the next draw, call another consultant. I don't like this way because it isn't fun for the consultant. I recommend that you have a talk with the consultant to explain WHY you might want to consider firing them from the project. Maybe you can resolve it. That consultant actually knows more about your project than anyone else you might bring in so he or she is the most knowledgeable consultant you might use. Be sure you want to do this before you make such as decision.
Your contractor has a contract, if you used the HUD recommended contract, that he agreed to start the work and get his first draw within 30 days of closing, and then have someone on the job each day thereafter till it was completed. In any case YOU are his boss and YOU must call or email the contractor and tell them to get someone out here on your project. I recommend that you do this in an email so you have a paper trail that you actually did tell them to get the job done. Call us if you need to talk about it 877.207.6565, while you are saying your name it is hooking us up so hang on a minute. If I don't pick right up please leave your name and phone number and I'll call you back ASAP.
There is no HUD list for approved contractors. There is, however a list for "unapproved contractors" that are no longer able to work on government projects like the 203k and FNMA HomeStyle loan programs.
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