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Foreclosure Cleanup Jobs: Register with These Companies for Foreclosure Cleanup Work Orders
Hi Foreclosure Cleanup Business Owners,
I hope all is going well for you with your foreclosure cleanup business. Just a few leads below for foreclosure cleanup work. Remember, it's a numbers game: the more companies with which you register for foreclosure cleanup work, the faster your company will grow and the more money you'll make.
I'm noticing that some of the property preservation company applications are becoming more cumbersome, but most are still pretty simple, and will lead to work orders.
Take a day this week and sign up with 15 or 20 companies so you can start receiving work orders for your business that can include everything from basic trashouts, to inspections and securing homes, yard work, roof work and more.
Contracts: Also, check out this post that talks about foreclosure cleanup contracts (though most property preservation companies will have their own), so you get an idea of what to put in your own foreclosure cleanup contract. As you get busier as a result of working with larger companies, you may want to
subcontract out or refer out some of the work your company will receive.
Register with These Companies for Foreclosure Cleaning Work:
AIM (America's Infomart, Inc.): AIM has a twenty year history in the field services industry providing everything from cleanups, to lock changes, inspections, broker price opinions and more.
P.O. Box 63, Allen, Texas 75013
Toll Free Number: 800-776-1815
Tel.: 972-727-9500 / Fax: 972-727-9800
Vendor Sign-up Link:
Note: Inspectors, Maintenance Crews, Appraisers and Realtors register above.
Vendor Resource Management: A nationwide REO asset distribution company that manages over 11,500 properties each month for the government-sponsored enterprises, Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, and a host of corporate sellers nationwide, including all of the top private lenders in the United States.
PVC Murcor: PCV is always looking for the best Appraisers, Real Estate Agents & Brokers in the business! Owned and operated by an Appraiser who holds the Appraisal Institutes'� MAI designation, PVC Murcor works with top lenders, financial institutions, asset managers and government agencies on a nationwide basis.
More Foreclosure Cleanup Vendor Opportunities: I recently updated the blog with a post that gives five foreclosure cleanup Job Leads. Click here to read the post and plan to sign-up with these companies as well.
Previous Newsletter Issues: As always, don't forget to peruse previous issues of the foreclosure cleanup industry newsletter (especially if you're a new newsletter subscriber) at http://www.aweber.com/archive/fcbizowners for tons of solid advice and guidance to grow your business in 2011.
Much success to you with your foreclosure cleaning business!
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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.)
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
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.
Blogs of Interest
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