If you are looking to get into property preservation in Cape Coral you will have some stiff competition from established and experienced vendors. Numerous property preservation vendors were established over the past several years when foreclosures were so high. Fortunately our foreclosure filings have dropped drastically so the demand for property preservation vendors has also greatly declined.... more
You do not have to be licensed. There is a list of things that an unlicensed assistant can do. I'd contact some of the large teams, larger brokerages and expanding ones. If you'd like to discuss, feel free to contact me directly.... more
There are many different channels you will need to send your info to, I would begin with a Google search on who are the main REO banks listing properties in the area and signing up with the proper companies. Many banks/asset managers issue work through service portals which vendors are vetted through a approval process.
We frequently have listed for sale and for rent at the same time. Sometimes, the listing for sale is temporarily withdrawn during the actual lease and sometimes not depending on the agreement we negotiate between the owner and the tenant. Good luck with your home. An experienced full service Realtor should be able to assist you.... more
I agree with below post: contact foreclosure realtors, field services companies, asset managers at banks and mortgage companies, and other companies offering similar services. You will need to register as a vendor with the larger property preservation companies, too. And don't discount networking with your "competition" for their overflow. Good article below on the subject at foreclosure cleanup blog.
Many wishes of success!
Cassandra, Foreclosure Cleanup, LLC, Atlanta, GA... more