Good Evening.......often the banks will hold the price on pre-foreclosures firm (even higher the price after an offer has been reviewed). It's all a numbers game and dependant on the property and lender. If you wish me to do some further research on a particular property, then please do not hesitate to send me message.
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But first: Ignore anyone who gives you some formula like: $1 per square foot. Or like: Up to $2,500 per home. Those answers are garbage.
Five simple steps:
Step One: Determine what your time is worth per hour. That's up to you. $15 per hour? $20 per hour? $25 per hour? You decide.
Step Two: Determine how long it'll take to do the work. Figure out how many hours it'll take. Obviously, it'll take longer for a single-family home than a townhouse (all things being equal). It'll take longer for debris removal and clean up than just debris removal. But what you're going to come up with is a single number.
Step Three: Multiply your hourly rate (Step One) by number of hours (Step Two). This is your unadjusted fee.
Step Four: Add any supplies or expenses (equipment rental, etc.) to the figure in Step Three. And if you're subcontracting some of the work, add that amount to Step Three, also.
Step Five: Multiply the figure in Step Four by 1.3. That's to account for your overhead, miscellaneous expenses, marketing, and so on. As you get more experienced, you might end up adjusting that number up or down slightly. But for now, start off with 1.3.
And there's your fee.
It depends on how you value your time. It depends on how long it'll take you to do the work.
That's the way it's done.
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