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JGM Property Group and 24 Asset Management Unable to Onboard Needed Labor

Will HUD Have to Nationalize the Industry to Obtain Labor?

When Joyce Milaszewski, NAMFS Board member and owner of JGM Property Group attempted to hack the International Association of Field Service Technicians (IAFST) earlier this year, as documented here, Labor knew that the fix was in. Coming on the heels of their financial troubles during COVID when Milaszewski borrowed $306,200 simply to stay afloat, the reality was we knew there was a solvency issue. If JGM Property Group didn’t have the money to keep their email servers safe and continued retaining email accounts and credentials of people laid off like Dawn Gill, how in the world was Milaszewski going to pay Labor? And when Fast Eddie San Roman, owner of 24 Asset Management and Assero defrauded nearly $1 Million from Labor, coming on the heels of over One Million Dollars in loans to stay afloat just prior to the HUD M&M FSM Awards, people knew he was spending far too much quality time with his BFF Lee Mertins.

When people think of our Industry they generally think in terms of how much money a Prime Vendor or Contractor might make. The reality, though, is that these two key indicators are now subjected to external influences. Take, for example, the fact that almost half of the earth is having a major election this year. And with the wars waging in the Middle East, the closure of the Red Sea corridor has shut down increasing the transit of both fuel and goods by nearly 12,000 miles.

The phenomena of the Trumpocene era is one of anger. People are angry that illegal aliens are flooding our Southern border like Visigoths in the Roman age. People are angry that Management’s obscene profits are not only raising inflation, but making life a paycheck-to-paycheck existence. And people are angry that their voices are not being heard by the leaders elected whose average age in the US 64 with half of all Senators over the age of 65. The average age of Americans is 38.

The reality is that the recent 6th attempt to roll out the HUD M&M FSM 3.12 was dead on arrival. HUD’s Acting Deputy Chief Procurement officer, Craig Karnes, new it when he buried his head in the sand in order to supplicate himself to HUD Secretary Marcia Fudge. Karnes’ sacrifice of not only his manhood, but his honor itself, is best demonstrated by his protection of Fast Eddie San Roman and his hatred of US citizens by and through his refusal to pay them. Whether or not Fast Eddie is contributing to Karnes retirement plan is currently up for debate. What is not up for debate is the nearly half a million dollar subsidy that Guardian Asset Management has had to provide to HUD due to an overleveraging and unfair application of the Federal Acquisition Regulations (FAR) against them by Karnes, himself. In simply the debt owed for inspections by Fast Eddie, go no further than their own internal document below.

The $15 offered by both JGM Property Group’s Milaszewski and 24 Asset Management’s Fast Eddie for both an inspection and full maid service puts into perspective why, even without the current boycott, will doom the HUM M&M FSM 3.12 to the same fate as the Biden Administration in November. What is changing this year, though, is the anger put forth by Labor. The question that presents is whether or not it will result in real change or simply the collapse of the Industry.

Paul Williams
Paul Williamshttps://foreclosurepedia.org
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