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JOB LEADS for Your Foreclosure Cleanup Business
 
 
Hi Foreclosure Cleanup Business Owners,
 
 
I hope your holiday weekend is going great! This issue is all about getting more work for your foreclosure cleanup business.
 
Job Leads Below
 
Below are three quick job leads for foreclosure cleanup businesses. Remember, property preservation companies have properties all over the country, so don't NOT apply to a company because they are not listed in your city.
 
Many of the larger companies will be located in a state other than your own. 
 
NOTE:  In many cases, when you start applying to companies, they may ask for a list of zip codes your business services.  Peek at the Golden Nuggets below for help devising a zip code list.
 
 
Foreclosure Cleanup Job Leads
 
Here are JOB LEADS and insurance requirements (as listed in their vendor packets) from a few property preservation companies so you get an idea of real-world requirements when working with the larger companies as a foreclosure cleanup business:
 
Company:  First Preston Management, Inc.
JOB LEAD:
To apply to this vendor, visit: 
Insurance Requirements:
--Please note that the following insurance is required and proof of insurance must be submitted to be considered as a service vendor.
--General Liability: $1 million each occurrence; $2 million general aggregate and $2 million General Products Aggregate
--Automobile Liability: $250,000/person Bodily Injury; $500,000/occurrence; $100,000 Property Damage or Combined Single Limit of $500,000
--Compensation: Employers Liability of $500,000 per accident/$500,000 per employee/$500,000 per disease and all applicable state required Workers' Compensation insurance.
 
 
Company:  Southwest Alliance of Asset Managers, LLC
JOB LEAD:
  To apply to this vendor, visit:
 
Insurance Requirements:
Please note that the following insurance is required and proof of insurance must be submitted to be considered as a service vendor.
--General Liability: $1 million each occurrence; $2 million general aggregate and $2 million General Products Aggregate
--Automobile Liability: $250,000/person Bodily Injury; $500,000/occurrence; $100,000 Property Damage or Combined Single Limit of $500,000
--Compensation: Employers Liability of $500,000 per accident/$500,000 per employee/$500,000 per disease and all applicable state required Workers' Compensation insurance.
 
 
Company: Zoe Property Preservation, LLC
JOB LEAD:
   To apply to this vendor, visit:
http://www.zoepropertypreservation.com/files/ZOE_VENDOR_REGISTRATION_FORM.pdf
 
Insurance Requirements:
--Business Insurance: General Liability ($500,000 per occurrence;
$1,000,000 General Aggregate)
--Automobile/Vehicle: (Bodily injury: $100,000 per person - $300,000 per
occurrence; Property damage: $50,000 per occurrence)
--Worker Compensation: $100,000 each accident: $500,000 each Disease
$100,000 Policy Limit each Disease/Each Employee.
--Any Contractor that wishes to perform work on HUD properties is required to
have the above insurance coverage. Insurance Policies should list as Certificate
Holder, Zoe Property Preservation, LLC, 507 Bivens Road, Wingate, NC 28174.
 
A Numbers Game
 
And remember, in great part, business is a numbers game. The more job leads you follow, the more work orders you will receive. The more bids you put in, the more work you will receive. You have to apply to be considered.   

Good luck to you in your
foreclosure cleanup business!
 
Cassandra
 
 
Failed Banks Listed by Month
 
Visit this link to see which banks closed in which month. (Remember, the acquiring institutions of failed banks can be fertile ground for foreclosure cleanup businesses.)
 
 
GOLDEN NUGGETS
 
 Exclusively for Premium Newsletter Subscribers
 
Help Devising a Zip Code List
 
In your effort to come up with a list of zip codes in which your company does business (or in which your company can do business), use the United States Post Office's Zip Code Finder. You can find a ZIP Code by entering an address, and you can also search for a partial address, such as "Green Street, Los Angeles, CA." 
 
Find it at this link:  http://zip4.usps.com/zip4/welcome.jsp.
 
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Get Your EIN Today: 

http://www.irs.gov/businesses/small/article/0,,id=97860,00.html.  

Tip: To locate your County Clerk's Office, GOOGLE phrases like "Your County Name" and County Clerk; or "Your City Name" and "County Clerk".

Business Rules for Your State:  To find out rules, regulations, business registration and filing requirements in your state for doing business, visit this government link and find your state:


D-U-N-S Number Tip: Don't "pay" for a D-U-N-S Number! Some companies charge $149 and up when they box it with other services. Getting your number is free, free, free if you are signing up as a vendor on government contract registration websites.
 
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A Quick Aside: Thank you for all your comments regarding the issue before the last one:  Five Simple Steps to Happiness and Getting the Life You Deserve -- Starting Today‏. Your comments (like the one below) really warm my heart & inspire ME. Glad to be in your company!
"Cassandra,  Thank you for the 5 Steps.  ... I'm really appreciative of your outstanding and sincere effort to support entrepreneurs in the property business.  I purchased your Foreclosure Cleaning ebooks which is in line with my desire to never, ever, work in corporate America again.  ... You truly are an inspiration to me.  Thank you. I'll see you in the Tropics !!  All the best, J., Arizona"
If you haven't read the previous issue, you can read it at this link.  

Products to Grow Your Business
 
(Almost 200 Job Leads)
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
(Updated: Over 1,500 Industry Contacts!)
 
 
 
List of 400+ Contacts that Rec'd HUD $1 Billion Toward  Foreclosure Cleanup. Use this List to Get Lucrative Biz Contracts
Blogs of Interest
 
 
Devise a list of zip codes in which your company does business.
 
 
 
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