Foreclosure Cleanup Biz "Quick Tip"
Foreclosure Cleanup Biz "Quick Tip": Take mosquito spray to your foreclosure
cleanup job site for you and your workers. I was at a worksite yesterday and got
over ten bites within minutes! There was standing water about the house and in the crawl space. I'm a "Caribbean gypsy" and have
experienced the worst of insects in the tropics, but I'd never experienced anything like
this. This property was a feeding frenzy.
Brand? The OFF! (Deep Woods) brand is very good. The nozzle
sprays long and wide for quick coverage. You'll be out less than $5 bucks in Wal-Mart for it. The higher the "deet" content, the better. Deet is
a highly effective insect repellent oil of a slightly yellowish hue. It also
protects against numerous tick borne ailments.
To find the ideal mosquito spray for your use, just look at the "Active Ingredient" content on the can and see what
percentage of the ingredients is comprised of deet. (Not an endorsement of any
kind, just my personal experience.) Wear long sleeves when you're working around standing water, and douse yourself in mosquito spray
before you get to the property. You'll be glad you did.
Many wishes of success to you in your foreclosure cleanup business!
NOTE: Throughout the internet and in real estate industry literature, you may see the names mortgage field services, property preservation business, foreclosure cleanup, foreclosure cleaning, foreclosure clean-outs, foreclosure clean, clean foreclosures, cleaning foreclosures, REO trashout, REO trashouts, field asset services, property field services, field service, and field services used interchangeable. The main thing to remember is foreclosure cleaning and foreclosure cleanup generally refer to smaller entities; while property preservation generally refers to larger entities.