Okay, I see you are a property preservation expert and want to know how to make some contacts and money.
First, you might find it much simpler to call yourself a contractor and not a property preservation expert. If you are not yet a contractor, you should give serious thought to becoming one. Realtors prefer contractors to unlicensed handymen for liability and work quality reasons.
Second, we don't really have much need for the type of service you are suggesting. With banks providing homeowners with faster turnaround on short sales, and less hostile foreclosure processes, there simply is not the level of debris or damage removal that once existed in the market. Even if there was a lot to be done, most of us have a variety of workers we can call and, believe me, we would call an army of workers to a site because a quick turnaround is vital to selling these homes for investors.
Third, houses are selling so fast, there is really no repeat business once the home is set for sale.
You can contact large real estate firms and leave flyers advertising your business to see if you can get contracts. We can all be enticed to try you if you add a "get to know me" percentage off coupon or a flat fee for a particular service, for example, room painting at $99 per room. But, again, call yourself a handyman if you have no license or a contractor if you do and drop the preservation specialist angle to give yourself the widest appeal to your potential audience.
I can give you some recommendations for some very good contractors. You may contact me at my cell phone: (408)509-6218 or my email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Charles Butterfield MBA
Real Estate Broker/REALTOR
Cell Phone: (408)509-6218
Email Address: email@example.com