how can a small plumbing company get in on winterizing foreclosures for banks an realtors?

Asked by B & B Plumbing Services, West Main HIll, Kalamazoo, MI Sat Aug 9, 2008

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Randy Poll, Agent, Fremont, MI
Thu Jun 18, 2009
You may want to try visiting the offices of the Realtors who list these properties, and especially, introduce yourself to the office manager. We are bombarded by all types of service people, in every area relating to real estate. A personal visit makes you stand out from the crowd and lets the agents know you are really interested in earning their business.

Social Media is another tool that is largely untapped by the real estate service industries, get your name and face out here on the web and make it easy for people to find you. I may loose your card, but if you are in front of me on a regular basis online, the odds are much greater that I will call you when I need your services.
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I'm not sure how they can. I would call other plumbing companies and see how they do it. They should give you plenty of information and help you with whatever you need. Good luck and I hope everything works out for you!
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Susan Wesely, , Saint Paul, MN
Sat Aug 9, 2008
Try calling the agent you see on the signs in front of foreclosed properties to discuss your bids for doing this work.
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I'm not sure how plumbing companies can get involved with something like this. I would suggest talking to other plumbing companies and seeing how they did it. They should be able to help you with everything you need to know. Not only that, but they can also you notice things that you never did before. I would definitely suggest talking to a few plumbing companies!
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