Research your area for REO real estate agents. Not just agents certified, but agents that actually sell primarily bank owned proerties.
To simplify it further, you ... more
Generally, you are paid for your services after you have completed the job. You would be responsible for providing your own cleaning supplies and the cost for the removal of t ... more
I agree with Christopher below.... also, call your County Clerk's office and let them know the type of business you plan to open and the services you plan to offer. ... more
It would also help if you had some previous experience in either commercia ... more
Take pictures of an ugly property then clean it up and take a picture again to show what you can do.
Join the local Board of REALTORS as a affiliate member and and me ... more
they are good to work for. You will be a middle man but they will give you lots of jobs. Fill o ... more
I'm glad you are here! There are two ways you can go about finding "trash-out" business for REO properties. You can choose one or do both.
1. Passive- Register as a vend ... more
What you call "cleaning" is called "Trash-Out" by REALTORS, so you might want to google tha ... more
You have no idea how filthy these houses can be. Dead animals, live animals, roaches, lots of live roaches, crawling insects of all kinds in 90 degree temperatures, rotting ... more